Carabao Group supports the fight against COVID-19 in Thailand with donation for medical and frontline personnel

Carabao Group supports the fight against COVID-19 in Thailand with donation for medical and frontline personnel

Seeing that the current situation of COVID-19 in Thailand is having devastating impacts on the entire country, Carabao Group Public Company Limited is dedicated to supporting medical and other frontline workers risking their lives to curb the spread throughout the country.

As a gesture of appreciation and gratitude, Carabao Group donated immune system boosting Woody C+ Lock as well as refreshing energy drinks, Carabao Dang and Carabao Green Apple, best-selling beverages under the group’s brands, to eight organisations. These include: Ministry of Labour and Social Security Office; Bamrasnaradura Infectious Diseases Institute; Erawan Hospital; Panyananthaphikkhu Chonprathan Medical Center; Rajavithi Hospital; Phramongkutklao Hospital; Police General Hospital, and; Thammasat University Hospital.

In times of hardship, nurses, doctors, medical personnel, and frontline workers are working tirelessly and selflessly in high-risk environments to fight the current resurgence of COVID-19. Carabao Group, fully aware of the selfless efforts and sacrifices of medical and frontline staff, pledges to stand by them and fight this crisis together as one. Moreover, Carabao Group will seek further opportunities to offer help and support in every way possible. 

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