Coca‑Cola HBC Belarus continues its support to hospitals in the fight against coronavirus infection together with Belarus Red Cross

Today, 1200 liters of Bonaqua still water have been donated to hospitals in the Brest region. 2400 0.5 l bottles of water are intended for the medical staff of Brest Regional Clinical Hospital, Pinsk Central Hospital, Luninetsk Central Regional Hospital and Baranavichi City Hospital.

Since March, the company donated over 9000 liters of water and other drinks to support the medical staff involved in the fight against infection in Minsk and the regions of Belarus. As the situation with epidemiological situation in the country evolved, Coca‑Cola in Belarus rendered its assistance by donating 3000 liters of drinking water to patients and the medical staff of the Republican Clinical Hospital for Disabled Great Patriotic War Veterans named after P.M. Masherov. On the premises of the hospital, one of the first observation departments has been created for contacts of the 1st level.

In April, with the increasing number of people infected nationwide, the company 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 May, the company continues to render its support to hospitals all over Belarus.  Coca‑Cola HBC Belarus expresses sincerest gratitude to every employee of healthcare institutions and to all those who are working so tirelessly in so many professions to protect the health and wellbeing of our people. 

Only through joint efforts of the government, society and business, and genuine care about each other we can successfully overcome this challenge.


Alexander Levkovets, Sales Supervisor of the Brest Branch, Coca‑Cola HBC Belarus, and Larisa Voronko, Chairperson of Brest regional organization of Belarus Red Cross