The Ministry of Health refuted the Russian fake about the shortage of drugs in Ukrainian pharmacies

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The Ministry of Health has warned Ukrainians about another fake launched by Russian propaganda. It is about the alleged shortage of medicines in our country’s pharmacies.

A statement on this topic was published on official website Ministry of Health

The department’s press service said that letters about the alleged shortage of drugs in pharmacies began to be sent to the e-mail boxes of Ukrainians. In addition, the letters contain calls for the use of folk remedies instead of drugs with proven effectiveness.

“In the messages sent allegedly from the Ministry of Health, it is said that the shortage of drugs arose against the background of Ukraine’s rejection of drugs produced on the territory of Russia or Belarus, as well as due to complicated logistics.” – the statement says.

The Ministry of Health declares that this information is not true and is part of the Russian IPSO.

It is noted that at the moment there is no shortage of any group of drugs in pharmacies, and all patients have access to original drugs.

We will remind you that the Russians recently spread information that quarantine will be introduced in Ukraine due to an outbreak of hepatitis A. The Ministry of Health has already debunked this fake.

The Ministry of Health also responded to fakes about the decline in the quality of tap water in Ukraine.

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Source: The Ministry of Health refuted the Russian fake about the shortage of drugs in Ukrainian pharmacies

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