The National Association of Pharmaceutical Laboratories (ALAFARPE), the Latin American Pharmaceutical Laboratories (ALAFAL) and the National Association of Pharmacy Chains (ANACAB) urged the government to guarantee supplies Medicine in the middle road block by the protesters.
“We regret the loss of human lives and express our deep concern about the number of blocked communication routes in various areas of the country, which disrupt the supply of medicines and cause delays in the transfer of patients who who require immediate medical attention.” he said in a statement.
Furthermore, the unions expressed their support for the measure announced by the Peruvian government to transport essential medicines and chemical supplies from Lima to certain regions of the country; Therefore, it is necessary to estimate the high response potential of the enabling regions.
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“It should be a priority to ensure that Medicine and the supplies reach the compatriots who need them as quickly as possible”she added.
Within this framework, he called on officials at all levels of government, as well as the general population, to ensure the healthcare delivery chain is up to date.
“As associations looking after the public health in our country, we urge you to remain calm by expressing yourselves peacefully without causing harm to people or public and private property. We insist that all parties involved should seek constructive and peaceful solutions, refrain from violence, and work together to ensure the well-being of our country.”they finished.
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