Although the menace of COVID-19 persists, Jos Buttler wanted to say thanks to the NHS for the gains made in overcoming this horrible virus. Keen eyed observers can see for themselves just how Jos thanks the NHS during the first test vs. the West Indies.
Working with Kookaburra, Jos has taken delivery of new, one-off, bats for the first test starting 8 July. The bats proudly display rainbow themed NHS logos thanking key workers and the NHS. Jos’ thank you is also in recognition of the seventy-second birthday of the NHS.
This is not the first-time Jos has “done his bit” for the NHS. Back in April Jos auctioned his game worn World Cup final shirt, raising over £65,000 for the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals Charity.
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