To curb the spread of Covid-19, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has teamed up with Pos Laju to ensure everyone has easy access to their medical needs by delivering these supplies right to your doorstep!
#DudukRumah dan dapatkan perkhidmatan penghantaran Ubat Melalui Pos (UMP) secara percuma! Sebuah inisiatif prihatin oleh Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) ini untuk meringankan beban pesakit sepanjang tempoh PKP ini.#Pos4you #PosPrihatin #UbatMelaluiPos pic.twitter.com/XSFNIB65uZ
— Pos Malaysia Berhad (@pos4you) April 10, 2020
Yes, you read that correctly. From now till 30th June, MOH will cover all shipping costs for the delivery of medicinal drugs to your homes. Ever since the MCO began, authorities have been enforcing strict measures to discourage citizens from leaving their houses unnecessarily. However, this has proven difficult for individuals who have long-term health issues and constantly need medication.
Thankfully, MOH has come up with a generous solution to this problem. So if you or anyone around you is in need of this drug delivery service, here’s how you can apply:
- Contact the health facility that prescribes or treats the patient
- Patients will be enrolled if the selected criteria are met
- The pharmacy will prepare the appropriate medication
- The medicine will then be delivered via Poslaju to the patient’s housing area
We hope this will benefit those of you who need daily prescriptions! Kudos to MOH for providing the public with easy access to these essentials.
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