Pharmacists face hurdles in MCO


PETALING JAYA: Pharmacists are facing difficulties operating during the lockdown as they have not been issued an approval letter by the Health Ministry, says the Malaysian Pharmacists Society.

Its president Amrahi Buang (pic) said the authorities should issue the letter to allow community pharmacists to travel to work as they were also part of the healthcare sector.

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