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Pharmacies in England must open to the public for a few hours on Good Friday and Easter Monday – a decision that has been met with disappointment by the sector.
Pharmacies in Scotland will receive “an initial package” of £5.5m to help them cover the costs of COVID-19, health secretary Jeane Freeman has announced.
NHS England’s use of volunteers to deliver medicines to patients could be exploited by “fraudsters”, the PSNC has warned.
Pharmacy minster Jo Churchill has written an open letter to the sector commending its “outstanding response to patients” during COVID-19.
Locums should not to try to profit from the COVID-19 outbreak by colluding to “inflate their hourly rate”, the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) chief executive has told C+D.
Welsh pharmacists are reporting an increase in abusive behaviour from patients as they deal with the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic, RPS Wales has said.
Emergency measures have been proposed to give pharmacists the power to supply certain controlled drugs to patients without a prescription during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Boots’ parent company has attributed a 2.5% drop in its adjusted gross profit to “lower retail sales and margin” in its UK pharmacies.
Pharmacy teams should wear fluid-resistant surgical masks if social distancing cannot be maintained, according to new guidance applicable across the UK.
Pharmacists in England are reporting difficulties sourcing personal protective equipment (PPE) through the national supply disruption response (NSDR) line.