Police found Remedisivir injection from drugstore, which were sold illegally


Mumbai: The crime branch of the Mumbai Police recently raided a drugstore and recovered 272 remediesvir injections. The injector was put up for sale in Kala by the shopkeeper. According to reports, the police have also arrested two people in the case. The whole world has started fighting for Remedisvir due to corona infection. Remedisvir was named in the treatment of the corona epidemic.

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The shortage of this medicine is seen in many parts of the country today. Maharashtra is also witnessing a severe shortage of Remedisvir medicine in the wake of the Corona epidemic. There are long queues outside medical stores. People are queuing up to take this medicine and are traveling 40 to 50 kilometers. Taking advantage of the shortage, shopkeepers are charging more than MRP.

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So, some are selling it in black by black marketing. In Maharashtra, two persons, including the owner of a medical store, were arrested by an officer of the Mumbai Crime Branch for overcharging the MRP in Parbhani district. A trap was laid at the medical store on Wednesday night and the accused was caught red-handed selling readymade vials at high prices.

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