TALLINN - Pharmacists do not have any protective face masks to sell to the general public even though they are wearing them themselves while at work, the Estonian Pharmacies Association said, calling for the public's understanding.
Hoarding of protective masks has been ongoing since the coronavirus outbreak first began in China, and as a result, said masks have not been available at Estonian pharmacies for a while, spokespeople for the Pharmacies Association said.
Like any other health care workers, pharmacists, too, wear masks to protect themselves...
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