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October | 05/10/2021

Stoptober 2021 campaign starts from 1 October 2021 and launching its tenth mass quit attempt

July | 05/07/2021

The National Pharmacy Association (NPA) today launched “a bold plan” for England’s community pharmacies to protect the population from COVID-19, improve access to primary care and prevent ill health.

March | 09/03/2021

Pharmacists in the constituencies of Treasury Ministers and Health Ministers today warned the government not to backtrack on promises to cover Covid-19 costs.

January | 13/01/2021

PureGym are making available their gyms to facilitate the Government’s vaccination roll-out across the UK. As a business, they have closed all of their gyms and believe will remain closed until March at the earliest.

January | 08/01/2021

The National Pharmacy Association met this week with Kemi Badenoch MP, Minister for Equalities, about reaching out to patients and communities who might otherwise miss out on vital care, such as the COVID vaccine.

January | 06/01/2021

The National Pharmacy Association is urging the government and NHS to permit more pharmacies to vaccinate people against COVID-19.

November | 13/11/2020

Pharmacy Minister Jo Churchill MP has praised pharmacy teams for their “outstanding” work during the coronavirus pandemic. 

November | 02/11/2020

Today marks the start of Ask Your Pharmacist Week - an annual initiative by the National Pharmacy Association (NPA) and the NHS to build public understanding of community pharmacy services and the role of pharmacists.

October | 16/10/2020

The National Pharmacy Association (NPA) is calling on Public Health England (PHE) to iron out discrepancies in its guidance on Covid-19 antibody testing, which currently bars pharmacists from conducting the tests.