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Bulgaria lifts ban on export of analgin-quinine

Kiril Ananiev
Photo: BTA

By order of Minister of Health Kiril Ananiev the ban has been lifted on the export of analgin-quinine.

The export of quinine-based medicines was banned on 20 March with the aim of meeting the needs of the Bulgarian market in the conditions of the Covid-19 pandemic. Sufficient quantities of this medication have now been ensured, the minister’s motives read. 

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