Drug shortage started in curfew – curfew leads to drug shortages

Saharanpur After the three-day curfew for the corona was extended by two days, there was a shortage of drugs in medical retail stores. Because of this, people face difficulties. Medicines and essential goods written by doctors are not available. This situation is due to the closure of the wholesale stores.
The curfew for Corona lasts until Thursday morning, which was introduced on Friday evening from eight o’clock. Markets were supposed to open on Tuesday, but the curfew has been extended by two days. People could easily get medicines in the medical stores for three days, but on the fourth day there was a shortage of medicines in most of the medical stores. People are not getting the drugs prescribed by the doctor. Sanjay Tyagi, a drug trafficker on Court Road, said there was a problem due to the closure of wholesalers’ stores. In addition to retail, wholesale markets should also be opened. Haqiqat Nagar medical store owner Virendra Bahl and Praveen medical store operator from Chowk District Hospital said people would have to be sent back because there was no medication. Customers Anees Ahmed and Sushil Kumar, who bought medicines from Janakpuri Chowk, say they received the medicines after visiting multiple medical stores throughout the day.

Saharanpur After the three-day curfew for the corona was extended by two days, there was a shortage of drugs in medical retail stores. Because of this, people face difficulties. Medicines and essential goods written by doctors are not available. This situation is due to the closure of the wholesale stores.

The curfew for Corona lasts until Thursday morning, which was introduced on Friday evening from eight o’clock. Markets were supposed to open on Tuesday, but the curfew has been extended by two days. People could easily get medicines in the medical stores for three days, but on the fourth day there was a shortage of medicines in most of the medical stores. People are not getting the drugs prescribed by the doctor. Sanjay Tyagi, a drug trafficker on Court Road, said there was a problem due to the closure of wholesalers’ stores. In addition to retail, wholesale markets should also be opened. Haqiqat Nagar medical store owner Virendra Bahl and Praveen medical store operator from Chowk District Hospital said people would have to be sent back because there was no medication. Customers Anees Ahmed and Sushil Kumar, who bought medicines from Janakpuri Chowk, say they received the medicines after visiting multiple medical stores throughout the day.

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