Bahrain launches chronic disease medicine delivery

The new service is part of measures to stop the spread of coronavirus

Bahrain launches chronic disease medicine delivery

Patients with chronic diseases in Bahrain will now have their medicine delivered to their homes through a new service.

Anyone who wants to use the new e-service will have to submit their details on the Health Ministry’s website. They will then receive their medicines within two working days.

Controlled medications will not be included in the new service.

The new service is part of precautionary measures to stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

You can access the e-service by clicking here, or you can call 3961 2402 to inquire about medicines.

The service will start delivering medicine from today (May 5), and you can register now.

Patients are being asked to book medicine delivery five days before the end of their current supply.

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