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Vulnerable communities will get vaccine says minister

Equalities minister Kemi Badenoch has said people at risk of missing out on a Covid vaccine will get one.

Boots profits down 11.5 per cent ‘due to Covid’

The last financial quarter saw Boots UK hit with a 9.1 per cent drop in retail sales and an 11.5 per cent drop in adjusted gross profit.

Allow remote exam sittings, RPS urges regulator

The RPS says it believes provisional registrants should be able to take the assessment remotely.

Provisional pharmacists won’t run vaccination sites

It would not be appropriate for provisionally registered pharmacists to head up pharmacy Covid-19 vaccination sites, the GPhC has said. 

Allevia 120mg tablets go directly from POM to GSL

Allevia 120mg tablets, which are used to relieve the symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis, have been switched from POM to GSL. 

Pharmacy2U slashes its losses by £12 million

Pharmacy2U lost significantly less money in the year ending March 2020 than in the previous year, its latest annual report shows.

Pharmacies in Northern Ireland to provide flu jabs to over-50s

Pharmacies in Northern Ireland will provide flu jabs to people over 50 as part of an expanded programme.

Store numbers down in latest data

Fewest pharmacies in five years, according to NHS report for 2019/20

GPhC under pressure to scrap assessment for pro-regs

The GPhC is coming under pressure to delay or scrap the assessment for provisionally-registered pharmacists.

Boots parent sells off wholesaler arm for $6.5bn

Walgreens Boots Alliance, parent company of Boots UK, has announced it is selling its Alliance Healthcare businesses for approximately $6.5bn.

Welsh pharmacies welcome Covid-19 jab service spec

The national primary care service specification for Covid-19 vaccination has been welcomed by Community Pharmacy Wales.

Government under fire over pharmacy vaccine ‘snub’

Government under intense criticism for failing to deploy England’s community pharmacy network to help deliver Covid vaccinations on a wide scale.

GPhC decision on anti-Semitism case referred to high court

A GPhC fitness to practise ruling has been referred to the High Court after the regulator was accused of failing to make a finding of antisemitism.

Lessons from enforcement action in online sales

Press stories alleging pharmacists are inappropriately selling medicines online don't seem to want to go away

Study launched to understand Covid impact on pharmacy

Aston University and the PDA are examining the impact of Covid-19 on pharmacy practice in the UK.  

Covid has sparked healthier behaviours, reveals study

Eight in 10 adults have changed their lifestyle and seven in 10 said Covid motivated them to live healthier lives.

The only way is ethics

Fairtrade, social responsibility and good governance have all followed heightened levels of corporate scrutiny

Pandemic delivery service extended amid more Covid restrictions

The pandemic delivery service has been rolled out to more areas of England as Tier 4 restrictions become more widespread. 

Designated pharmacies to start Covid jabs on January 11

Community pharmacy-led Covid-19 vaccination sites will begin operations on Monday January 11, NHS England & Improvement has confirmed.

NHS urged to roll out Oxford vaccine through pharmacies

Community pharmacy representatives have called for the sector to be included in plans to administer the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine.

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