WITH pharmacies facing financial ruin for stepping up to the challenge during the pandemic, MPs have ramped up pressure on the Government to save them.
Tory Chris Green said it is normal to want to “reduce coughs and colds” but that Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson should “cough up the cash for community chemists”.
Former minister Jackie Doyle-Price said pharmacies were assured by the Chancellor that they, like the rest of the NHS, would get whatever cash was needed to get through the crisis.
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