This rich Swiss doctor is obviously carrying a suitcase full of Swiss Francs to an impoverished person in need (but with a stylish blue tie):
If you’re in the middle of an emergency, just open these doors, presumably they lead to Switzerland, where everything is safe. And red/white.
This ambulance made by Fagus toys proudly carries the Swiss flag:
Found at Natural Pod. I asked them why they put a Swiss flag on this car. Let’s see what they answer.
This company‘s mobile first aid kid hoists a modified Swiss flag, and it has another one on the back of the backpack:
And on the same page, they call it a “Swiss Army Knife of trauma first aid stations” and even show a picture of a real Swiss army knife. You know, with the Swiss coat of arms on it? If you’re just as confused as they are, this is the international first aid symbol:
This game by Canadian developer Hinterland Studio has a confusing approach to first aid signage, sometimes using the Red Cross logo and sometimes the Swiss flag. It’s even mixed in one and the same image:
In this clip you can also observe how the first aid thing on the wall has a Swiss flag on it.
I wonder what’s in it. Gold? Chocolate? Cheese?
Here’s the shameful page I found it on.
In the Netherlands, at Schipol airport’s train station, the “first aid” locations are marked with Swiss flags in circles:
Stock photo from 123RF.
Game developers JoyMasher chose a Swiss flag to represent the hero’s health in their game Oniken:
But if it truly were a Swiss flag, it would have to be square instead of rectangular. The rectangular one is a permitted variant, but not the real deal!