In the student town of Lausanne, Switzerland, chandeliers that once illumined the dance floor for thousands of people at a popular nightclub now light the way for nurses to draw blood from blood donors, serenaded by the likes of Queen, the Bee Gees and Michael Jackson. "I think they absolutely need to continue to organize donation centers in places that have nothing to do with the sanitized white tents, which could be scary. Even the staff here, they're very happy, and we can see it," one blood donor said. "We thought it was a good opportunity to put our place at their disposal," said site manager Igor Blaska. "For almost 10 months, we've stopped all our activities. It was almost heartbreaking to see a place like this which has existed for almost 35 years asleep for so long. So of course we were proud to organize any activity that was possible. And of course we brought any contribution we could bring."