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It’s heartening to see the many acts of kindness during the COVID-19 crisis.

I would like to let you know about the situation with respect to Shelf Pharmacy.
We at the pharmacy are  busy coping  with the surge in demand.
We may close for about an hour most days between 12.30 and 1.30 for essential cleaning, restocking and to generally catch up on organising things.
Please be assured we are maintaining  our service but timings have lengthened by necessity.
We are making plans to extend our existing delivery service to all who need this and especially those at high risk of serious illness from COVID-19 infection.
These ‘shielded’ patients will be informed in a letter from NHS England shortly.

As you can appreciate this is quite a task but we will support you.

We have a dedicated team here at Shelf Pharmacy who are working tirelessly.
If you ring the pharmacy we are currently monitoring answerphone messages and may not answer but we will act on all your messages.

We also ask that no more than 2 people are in the public area of the pharmacy at any one time and that they maintain ‘social distancing’.
If we usually text you to inform your prescription is ready for collection then please wait for the text then you shouldn’t have to wait long at the pharmacy.

We have a bell on the outside of the pharmacy if you would prefer to wait outside and we will respond.

We are usually open 9 to 6 during the week and 9 to 1 on Saturday but these times may vary as outlined above.

Please let us know either by answerphone message or email if you need any further help or advice.

Thanks for your understanding and patience.
Take care
Andrew and all at Shelf Pharmacy

01274 676004

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