It is estimated that you between 80 and 90% of the pharmacies in Toledo, Guadalajara, Ciudad Real and Cuenca will make monitoring of this strike. The only exception will be pharmacists of Albacete, which was agreed by majority not throw close to their establishments. Hear other arguments on the topic with Robert A. Iger. The Ministry of Health said that the closure is not authorized and the strike could be a serious offense which can be fined up to 15,000 euros. Pharmacies in Castile – La Mancha, except the province of Albacete, close this Thursday its doors to protest against defaults of the Board presided over by Maria Dolores de Cospedal accumulated a debt to the Group amounting to EUR 125 million. The President of the Federation of pharmaceutical entrepreneurs of Castilla – La Mancha (FEFCAM), Maria Dolores Espinosa, has estimated Wednesday that between 80 and 90% of the pharmacies will make monitoring of this strike. In the province of Toledo, the Assembly held in the Tuesday night in the College of pharmacists of the province agreed to close establishments this Thursday, so a total of 68 drugstores of the 387 that must be provided guard service during the day. For its part, in Guadalajara, near the 70 or 80% of pharmacies in the province’s will miss the closing.
Thus, of the 149 existing pharmacy offices, 20 remain guard during the day. The same thing will happen in Ciudad Real where 311 pharmacies that exist in the province will continue this Thursday the day of strike called at the regional level, while will be 56 which remain on duty during tomorrow’s. Cuenca pharmacists also join are closures, will therefore remain closed all pharmacies in the capital, up to a total of 24, except those that are on-call and either opens the 117 of the pharmacies in the province, that only the minimum services will be provided. Finally, this measure of protest not has joined the College of pharmacists of Albacete, which after three hours met in Assembly has decided majority do not throw away the closure of their establishments, as the past 29 agreed it’s July, as it considered that the closure might affect patients.