Pharmacy

Malta’s pharmacies, those already scheduled to open on a particular Sunday, will also start serving the public on Sunday afternoons, Health Minister Chris Fearne announced.

Pharmacies in Malta do not open each Sunday, but operate on a roster basis. When they are scheduled to open, this was from 9am to 12pm, while just the Malta International Airport dispensary remains open all day, from 8am to 10pm.

Due to a Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Government and the Chamber of Pharmacists, those pharmacies scheduled to open on a Sunday morning (9am-12pm), will also be open between 4pm and 7pm as of 6th February.

Speaking on Friday afternoon, Minister Fearne shared details of the signed MoU.

In addition, an MoU was signed with the Chamber of SMEs to expand the pharmacy of your choice scheme.

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