Pharmacy

Cosmetics turnover set to fall 11%

Greek cosmetics firms are expected to show an 11% decline in turnover at the end of the year, ending a growth run that itself had followed seven lean years during the financial crisis.

According to data by market research firm ICAP, total turnover for Greek cosmetics firms will reach 772 million euros, in wholesale prices, from €867 million in 2019.

Law bans sale of antibiotics without prescription

Antibiotics will only be available to patients with a prescription as of Thursday, according to a new provision by the Ministry of Health passed in February.

From now on, the prescription will be electronic and will state the specific illness for which it is necessary to administer the drug as well as the dosage.

Antibiotics will now be sold only with prescription

Antibiotics will only be available to patients with a prescription as of Thursday, according to a new provision by the Ministry of Health passed in February.

From now on, the prescription will be electronic and will state the specific illness for which it is necessary to administer the drug as well as the dosage.

Baby Food Kitchens and Malls to Reopen Today in Bulgaria, May 18

All of the 75 baby food kitchens in Sofia are to open on 18 May, Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova announced.

"All premises where the food is prepared have been disinfected following all health and sanitary requirements. The kitchen staff has been tested for Covid-19," Mayor Fandakova said.

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