#wetakecare: water donation to hospitals in the Mogilev region

On May 26, Coca‑Cola HBC Belarus donated 800 liters of Bonaqua still water to hospitals in the Mogilev region

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The support is intended for the medical staff of Mogilev Regional Children's Hospital, Bobruisk Emergency Medical Aid Station and Bobruisk Central Hospital. Since March, the company has donated over 11 000 liters of still water and other soft drinks to support medical personnel involved in the fight against infection in Minsk and across Belarus.

First donation in the amount of 3000 liters of drinking water was provided to patients and the medical staff of the Republican Clinical Hospital for Disabled Great Patriotic War Veterans named after P.M. Masherov in Minsk district, where one of the first observation departments was created for contacts of the 1st level.

With the increasing number of people infected nationwide, Coca‑Cola HBC Belarus teamed up with Belarus Red Cross to strengthen its targeted support in Minsk and in the regions of Belarus. Over 4000 liters of soft drinks were provided to complement 11000 lunches for medical staff prepared by the company's partners. Considering a difficult epidemiological situation in the Vitebsk region, the company donated over 1000 liters of Bonaqua drinking water to hospitals in Vitebsk, Polotsk, Dokshitsa, Beshenkovichi. In early May, the company donated 1200 liters of Bonaqua drinking water to hospitals in Brest, Baranovichi, Luninets and Pinsk. Last week Gomel City Clinical Hospital of Infectious Diseases got 800 liters of Bonaqua still water.

In addition to drinking water donations, The Coca‑Cola Foundation donated 100 000 USD to Belarus Red Cross to purchase and to deliver protective equipment for medical staff in hospitals and for nurses who regularly visit lonely elderly people and people with disabilities. The company continues to offer its support to hospitals and renders sincerest gratitude to every employee of healthcare institutions and everyone involved in the fight against the pandemic. Only through joint efforts of the state, society and business, showing concern for each other, we can successfully solve this problem.

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