Thailand Earmarks 200,000 Drug Sets For Province Flood Victims
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Thailand's Public Health Ministry has reserved 200,000 sets of drugs for victims of flooding in the Nan province. The government already has sent 5,000 sets with seven mobile medical teams to four districts of the province as the flood waters recede. The government is concerned about outbreaks of diarrhea, typhoid and other viruses. (Click here for more
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