Pharmatrust Company Limited, a registered pharmaceutical company in the country has presented Veronica buckets and quantities of alcohol-based hand sanitisers worth GH¢10,000 to the Pharmacy Council.
The Chief Executive Officer of Pharmatrust, Mr. Anthony Kwame Adjepong who presented the items, said the world today is facing new realities and disruption for healthcare professionals worldwide as a result of the coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic.
He said the world is in dire need of creative and inventive minds and international cooperation to address this novel pandemic more than ever and added that the novel SARS CoV-2 which is causing the disease termed as COVID 19 is putting an unprecedented pressure on social, health and economic systems across the globe.
He said the gesture has come at a time to respond favourably to the tall list of requests by the Pharmacy Council.
The Registrar of the Pharmacy Council, Dr Audu Rauf, on behalf of the governing board, management and staff of the Pharmacy Council, received the items and expressed appreciation to Mr. Adjepong for the support.
He thanked the pharmaceutical sector for playing their part in these difficult times and advised all pharmacists to stock and dispense only FDA approved alcohol-based hand sanitizers.