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Pharmacy Covid payments top £40m in first four months

Pharmacy2U claims £2.1m for giving 169k jabs, topping the leader board in England.

We are not happy!

A WhatsApp chat revealed relentless workloads and nursing militancy. 

Our time is our biggest strength...and weakness

Nick Kaye: Making a Covid costs claim will feel alien.

Nearly 90 per cent of adults would have tested positive for Covid-19 antibodies in June, says ONS

ONS estimates vast majority would have had antibodies in mid-June.

DH sets ambitious targets for winter flu programme

The Department of Health and Social Care announces that it aims to vaccinate 85 per cent of people aged 65 and over against influenza.

Boots opens flu jab bookings as demand soars

Boots says it has opened bookings for its winter flu jab service amid reports of soaring demand. 

'Low capacity' pharmacies can give Covid booster jabs

NHS England invites applications from "low capacity" pharmacies capable of vaccinating 100 patients per week in the upcoming booster drive.

I won't argue about masks, just serve patients and get them out

Pharmacist Peter Kelly talks to ICP editor Neil Trainis about masks and what the world will be like after July 19.

Masks will still be compulsory in pharmacies says NHSE

The requirement for members of the public to wear a face covering in healthcare settings such as pharmacies will remain in place after Monday.

Pressure builds on PM to maintain masks rule

Health bodies including the RPS and BMA have told Boris Johnson to maintain compulsory mask use in healthcare settings after July 19.

PSNC: Use 'best judgement' in claiming Covid costs

PSNC chief Simon Dukes has urged contractors to "use their best judgement" when putting together their Covid costs evidence.   

GPhC chief: Public should obey pharmacy mask rules

GPhC chief Duncan Rudkin has urged the public to adhere to whatever mask-wearing rules pharmacies have in place from July 19. 

Advance payments and Covid costs

Atif Butt examines the implications of the settlement between the government and the PSNC for pharmacies in England. 

Pharmacies can take the lead post-pandemic

Pharmacy can help shape and influence the provision and commissioning of more public health services, says Jeremy Meader. 

Interview: Daniel Lee

Hub and spoke is not for everyone but it can stop independents losing control to big companies, says the founder of Pharmacy2U 

'Financial gain from Covid jabs service outweighs costs'

Independent pharmacies stand to reap financial benefits by participating in the Covid-19 vaccination programme, a London pharmacist has said. 

Boots MD apologises for saying primary care 'disappeared' during Covid

Boots UK managing director Seb James has apologised for saying that primary care "more or less disappeared" during the Covid-19 pandemic.  

Government "must not drop face mask rule in pharmacies"

EPB chair Thorrun Govind has called on the Government to ensure mask-wearing in pharmacies is compulsory after July 19.

Boots UK making 'significant rebound' says WBA

Boots UK has begun to make a "significant rebound" as the easing of pandemic restrictions improves sales figures, its parent company has said. 

1,000 pharmacies to support Covid booster campaign in England

Service specifications to be published in early July, with a view to confirming those who would like to opt in in mid to late July

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