TALLINN - Estonian pharmaceutical wholesaler Magnum said it had been ready to deliver protective masks to pharmacies at the earliest opportunity, however the process has now been bogged down in bureaucracy.
Magnum CEO Ahti Kallikorm said that it is regrettable that the state should prioritize bureaucracy over public health in such a complicated situation.
"We are currently in a situation where we need to spend time on product information and labeling instead of making the masks available to Estonian people. We requested for the state to make an exc...
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