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wtf Sainsburys?

July 25, 2009

Sainsburys has refused to be an antiviral collection point for those diagonosed over the phone with swine flu.

“This is a longstanding policy instigated well before the current flu outbreak to ensure our pharmacists can carry out their day-to-day duties,” it said. “A supermarket, with thousands of daily visitors, is not a suitable collection point as it would lead to increased risk to shoppers and colleagues…

But Some branches of Asda, Boots, Lloyds Pharmacy and Tesco are among those that have signed up to distribute the drugs..

Not a lot of money in being an antiviral collection point then Sainsburys?

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