World news wrapup: 14 September 2023

NZ patients still learning about free copay; UK pharmacist's antisemitic remarks re-examined; Brexit complicates Irish shortages New Zealand: Around 70% of eligible patients still do not realise that they no longer have to contribute a copayment to their scripts, reports Pharmacy Today. The NZ government did away with the NZ$5 (AUD$4.60) copayment for general scripts

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