The executive director of the Association of Community Pharmacies (AFC), Linda Ayala, assured that the affiliated establishments are prepared with sufficient supplies of medicines and other essential effects to face the atmospheric phenomenon expected to reach the Island. on Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.
"Community pharmacies are ready with enough medications and other products outside the prescription to deal with any atmospheric phenomenon," he explained.
In addition to prescription medications, he said Ayala, they are well stocked with essential products such as batteries, flashlights, candles, matches, water and groceries from the basic food basket so that our clients can face a blackout or suspension of the drinking water service.
The executive made a call for people to review their medications to ensure they have enough for several days.
“In the same m once people prepare with food and water they must make sure they have enough medications for several days, "he said.
Ayala said that Hurricane Maria, in September 2017, was a great lesson for community pharmacies and most has invested to ensure continuity of service to its customers.
“Pharmacies have power generators in case the power goes out and have been fueled to last several days without electric power service. We are ready to continue operating and serving our patients and clients, "said Ayala.