MoH bans medicines with less than 30 days’ validity

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Health Minister Sheikh Dr Basel AlSabah announced that all medicines, dietary and health supplements with less than 30 days’ validity will be banned.

The ministry of health mentioned in a press release that this decision was intended to keep citizens healthy and spare them from any health risks.

The ministry said as for chronic diseases, medicines should have an expiry date of at least 30 days - from the first to the last dose. The pharmacists are prohibited from selling any un-prescribed medicines that contain gabapentin.

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Liyakat Kala
Monday, October 8, 2018
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