Pharmacy losses after three days of closure range between one million 215 thousand dollars

After three days of closure of almost 450 small pharmacies nationwide, in rejection of decree No. 17 that authorizes the reduction of 170 medicines, the economic losses do not escape this reality.

Ricardo Sanjur, a member of the Union of Pharmacy Owners (Unprofa) and owner of the New Terminal pharmacy, revealed that the number of losses during those days amounts to approximately one million 215 thousand dollars.

“A small pharmacy can be selling between $450 a day to $600, a medium pharmacy could be in the range of $800 to $1,200 a day, if we make a median of those limits, we would be talking about 900 a day for approximately 450 pharmacies, we would be talking about $405 a thousand a day,” he explained.

He stressed that many pharmacies remained closed on Wednesday, despite the fact that they could open, but many were in inventory, for this reason, the closure lasted three days.

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