There have been celebrations of Children’s Day in Hungary as early as the first decade of the 20th century. Although there have been changes to it throughout the years, since 1954, Hungarians have celebrated Children’s Day on the last Sunday of May. Now let’s look at how the first responders in Hungary celebrated this joyful day.
The Hungarian National Ambulance Services
Pál Győrfi, the spokesman of the Hungarian National Ambulance Services, made a video with some of his colleagues where they thanked the responsible behaviour of children during the COVID-19 pandemic. He said that thanks to them, Hungary was able to slow down the virus, and paramedics had fewer patients thanks to children.
The Hungarian National Police Headquarters
The Hungarian Police created a video where one of the policemen’s daughter has a nightmare about how Children’s Day got stolen by somebody. In the video, the father searches for evidence and attempts to arrest the criminal who is responsible for the theft.
The editorial office of the daily newspaper, Kisalföld, received several answers to their question of what kids want for Children’s Day, and with the help of the police headquarters in Győr-Moson-Sopron County, they made the dream of five children come true, you can read on Police.hu.
The Hungarian National Directorate General for Disaster Management
In their video, you can see some of the aspects of the routine of the firemen in Hungary and how a young boy’s dream came true when they helped him become a fireman for a short day.
But this is not all. Due to the current pandemic, the usual demonstration at the fire station in Sopron could not be held, so the firemen made a video of their drill which you can watch online.
And it still is not over. In another fire department in our country, firefighters reenacted some scenes from Disney animations.
Source: Police.hu, Daily News Hungary