The shortage of subsidized drugs in the west of Crimea was explained by procurement problems

The shortage of subsidized drugs in the west of Crimea was explained by procurement problems


The Ministry of Health of Crimea has denied information from social networks about the cessation of supplies of medicines to pharmacies in Yevpatoria, the press service of the department told Kommersant.

“The supply of medicines to the state network of pharmacies is carried out continuously, both by ferry and by land transport, including through new territories of the Russian Federation,” the republic’s Ministry of Health assured.

According to officials, temporary delays in the receipt of certain items of preferential drugs are associated with procurement; their delivery is expected in the next two weeks.

Earlier, the head of Crimea Sergei Aksenov wrote in his Telegram, that he is again receiving complaints in connection with the disruption of the supply of medicines for preferential categories of citizens. First of all, he noted, from people with cancer and diabetes.

TOWhich hospitals will be allowed to sell medicines - in the Kommersant material "It will reach the countryside".

Alexander Dremlyugin, Simferopol



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