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Pharmacies close because of flu pandemic

A pharmacy in the Canadian city of Ottawa, Ont., has closed its doors because of the flu pandemics.

Publix Pharmacy in St. John’s was one of several businesses that closed in St-Jérôme, Que., and in the rest of Quebec.

“It’s sad to say it, but it’s just a matter of time,” said Joanne Dix, the manager of Publx Pharmacy.

“There’s no question that we’re going to have to close, it’s the only thing that makes sense for us right now.”

In other provinces, pharmacies have closed.

Pharmacy workers across the country have been forced to turn to online pharmacies because there’s no longer enough staff to take orders, said Dan Lefebvre, president of Pharmacy Workers for Affordable Health Care in Victoria, B.C. Pharmacies were also forced to close due to rising health care costs.

“That’s not a good thing for anybody,” he said.

“I think we’re seeing the effects of the pandemic in a lot of provinces and it’s not just Ontario.”

The flu is a serious illness that can cause fever, cough and other symptoms.

People can’t work or do certain activities for several days before they recover.

The symptoms include flu-like symptoms, fever, a cough and muscle aches.

Some people will develop flu-related complications, including pneumonia and encephalitis.

Many people are able to get vaccinated.

People are also starting to get tested for flu and other health issues.

A large part of the problem is the lack of medication and equipment.

There are no vaccines for flu, which is why people are starting to be worried about how to get them, said Dix.

“We’re seeing an epidemic of flu in this country.

It’s not happening in other parts of the world.”

Dix said she expects the number of people using online pharmacies will increase and that she’ll have to keep running the business.

She also wants to see better staffing in the pharmacy to be able to do more orders.

She said people are asking her to hire more pharmacists because of their concerns.

Lefemvre said he’s glad the businesses are closing.

“People are frustrated, people are hurting.

It makes it difficult,” he told CBC News.

“But it’s good that people are being proactive and making the necessary adjustments.”

He said the business is already dealing with increased costs.

The Ontario Public Health Agency reported this week that pharmacy profits dropped 2.7 per cent in the second quarter of 2018 compared to the first quarter of 2017, due to the flu.

But Lefewerves hopes the closure will not affect the health of the people who use the pharmacy.

He says he is looking forward to getting back to work.

He said he had planned to open a pharmacy in St Jérômes, Que. “

Lefewere in a business for more than 70 years, and has had a presence in St John’s since 1927.

He said he had planned to open a pharmacy in St Jérômes, Que.

In an email to CBC News, Lefevre said Publys is looking for a new location. “

Our main concern is for Ann Marie’s health and for our family,” Lefeyres said.

In an email to CBC News, Lefevre said Publys is looking for a new location.

He is hoping to reopen in 2019.