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Monday, December 05 2022

‘No online sale of medicines unless Centre comes up with clear guidelines’

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Mysuru: Minister for Health and Family Welfare Minister U?T?Khader declared on Monday that the state government will not allow online sale of medicines unless the Centre comes up with clear guidelines.

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“At present, smoking and the use of banned drugs are rampant among youths. Through e-pharmacy, one can get medicines without prescription and it may be misused to buy intoxicating drugs. But the State government is in confusion on how to check it.

We will shortly write to the Union government in this regard. The Central government should formulate proper guidelines,” he said.

He also warned to cancel the licence of any pharmacist selling medicines online.

Khader further said, “Many people have a negative opinion about pharmaceutical companies. Pharmacists should make people believe that they work for their welfare and also should maintain the quality of drugs.


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