Please understand there may be delays and longer waiting times over the coming weeks as we navigate the COVID-19 outbreak. Our staff are working extremely hard at this time and appreciate your support.
Moving to Delivery Only
We will start to transition all orders to our delivery service from 11/03/2020
We are reducing in store pickups to protect both staff and patients.
- All prescriptions will now be delivered
- We will operate a 7 day delivery service in Dublin
- A maximum of 2 months can be dispensed at this time
📱TEXT and email 📱
If you can’t get through on the phone at any stage, text us your order.
💊 The PHARMACY 💊
We will have staff at the door of the pharmacy to accept any urgent prescriptions.
You will be asked to wait in your car and texted when your prescription is ready
📦 DELIVERY 📦
We are asking all patients not to attend the pharmacy at this time.
We deliver nationwide and are now operating a 7 days a week delivery service in Dublin.
What is cocooning?
Cocooning is where you stay at home and don’t leave the house for any reason.
The government announced cocooning as a measure to protect at risk groups on March 27th.
The cocooning measures are in place until April 12th.
The following conditions are classed as high risk.
You are advised to “cocoon” and not leave the house until April 12th if you have one of these conditions.
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Severe COPD
- Severe Asthma
The following medications are classed as immunsuppressants and put you at higher risk of infection.
You are advised to “cocoon” and not leave the house until April 12th if you are taking one of these medications.
Washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds will prevent the spread of the virus.
While hand sanitiser is convenient, it is not essential to killing the virus.
We do not have hand sanitiser in stock at this time but hope to get some in shorlty.
Social distancing means keeping more than 2 metres apart from other people.
Contact should be avoided such as hand-shaking, hugging and kissing.
Gatherings, playdates, parties should all be stopped during the outbreak.
We do not have face masks for sale.
It is highly likely that you don’t need a face mask. The World Health Organisation recommends that only those with confirmed COVID-19 or those caring for them should wear a mask.
Many pharmacies are selling surgical masks which are ineffective at preventing the transmission of the virus.
When to seek help
If you experience the following symptoms you should call your GP:
- Fever (temperature over 38°C)
- Shortness of breath
- Difficulty breathing