How UK pharmacists helped in the malware crisis

Pharmacies in the UK scrambled to help support services hamstrung by the WannaCry cyber attack UK pharmacy magazine Chemist + Druggist spoke to several pharmacists who pitched in to manage emergency medicine supplies and help patients as they were diverted away from hospitals. Usman Khalid, pharmacist at Woodlands Pharmacy in England’s north-east, told the magazine

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