Two petrol companies in Croatia are offering free coffees to healthcare workers as a thank you for their hard work in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. INA and Tiffon have both announced that healthcare workers, doctors, nurses and other medical staff will be abvle to receive free coffee at the petrol pump.
"In the time of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, INA Group and Tiffon are doing everything they can to ensure market security and business continuity. As responsible companies, we are following all recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronaviruses, because protecting the health of our customers and workers is paramount to us,” stated the companies in press release.
“Aware of the effort that needs to be made in these circumstances, companies want to give special gratitude with free coffees to healthcare professionals - true heroes who, without caring for their own safety and often in impossible circumstances, show exceptional commitment to their calling,” they added.
The INA Group will also provide free coffee to healthcare professionals in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
In Croatia, healthcare professionals will be able to pick up coffee at selected retail locations of INA and Tiffon from today, by presenting their medical card.