In Greece, the government decided to take new measures to combat problems with the supply of medicines.
According to the statement of the Ministry of Health, Minister of Health Thanos Blevris met today with representatives of pharmacies and drug stores.
Minister Blevris and representatives of the pharmacy discussed drug supply problems.
At the meeting, a series of measures were taken to prevent the export of the above-mentioned drugs, such as frequent inspection of drug warehouses, closing drug warehouses that do not comply with the export ban or that store drugs for a period, and monitoring the adequacy of drugs in pharmaceutical companies, especially antipyretic drugs and drugs used in the treatment of children.
Minister Blevris, in his statement last week, drew attention to the shortage of medicines in Europe due to the increase in cases of influenza, and stated that the sale of 260 medicines abroad is prohibited.
Blevris reported that drug stores were also checked to prevent hoarding.
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