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Pharmacists Confused Over FMCO Operations

08-Jun-21 12:45

Pharmacists Confused Over FMCO Operations

When it comes to the definition of essential services, the assumption is that any medically-related field should be able to operate even under the strictest lockdown rules. However, the president of the Malaysian Pharmacists Society, Amrahi Buang, claims that many pharmacists are facing difficulties operating in the FMCO without an approval letter.

Produced by: Christine Wong

Presented by: Audrey Raj and Freda Liu


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Categories:  Personal FinanceInvestmentsFinancial LiteracyYoung FinancePersonal DevelopmentEntrpreneurshipSME

Tags:  Pharmaciesessential servicesMITIFMCOCIMS





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