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For the first time, the Ministry of Health and the autonomous communities have materialized a centralized purchase of influenza vaccines that has epushed to the market pharmacy offices. In a pandemic autumn, administrations have conducted a extraordinary purchase of 13 million doses: 8.5 million will be distributed among the autonomies for their vaccination plans and the Ministry will keep five million as a strategic reserve in case any community needs more doses.

This extraordinary acquisition has left the 22,000 pharmacy offices in the country without the option to purchase. The General Council of Pharmacists negotiates with the four laboratories that supply the flu vaccine in Spain, but about to start the campaign of … See More.

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