Top products you’ll see at pharmacies and medical dispensaries in the future include coronavirus testing kits, N95 face masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer.
Seemingly overnight, COVID-19 (coronavirus) went from bad, to worse, to completely out of control. New cases are popping in up in every U.S. state and all over the globe while panic buying is leading to a shortage of food and necessary supplies at grocery stores and pharmacies across numerous nations. That said, there a few products in particular that are just flying off the shelves. The United States is seeing a toilet paper frenzy which is both sad and humerus, depending on how you look at it. But in general, there are 4 products that are being with purchased with great frequency by pharmacies across borders: coronavirus testing kits, N95 face masks, gloves and hand sanitizer.
Coronavirus Testing Kits
Coronavirus testing kits are still a bit difficult to come by in some countries, but we’ve partnered with a leading global healthcare solutions company based out of Europe, to help bring you rapid-result Covid-19 testing. It’s a simple finger prick test that checks your blood for coronavirus antibodies, which begin to develop shortly after being exposed to the virus. In studies, this test is 98.6% effective and can confirm illness in people before they even show any symptoms.
The key to getting ahead of this epidemic is to briefly isolate, then have effective testing and treatment solutions from there on out. If patients could test themselves with an inexpensive, over-the-counter product, they could find out much faster if they’re infected and isolate themselves, thus slowing the communal spread of this disease.
If you do inventory for hospitals, own a pharmacy network, or work for a similar place of business, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about ordering these tests.
MINIMUM ORDER 50K UNITS.
Stocking Up On Facemasks
Although the CDC released a statement advising people not to buy facemasks, it fell on deaf ears as consumers continued buying them by the pallet. It’s a bit excessive, I’ll admit, it makes sense to have maybe 1 or 2 boxes on hand if you live with someone immunocompromised, older, newborn, etc. – not just when it comes to coronavirus, but to keep from spreading any other airborne pathogens.
As far as the cannabis industry, it can vary greatly. In a more medical setting, like caregiver/patient scenario, hospital (some throughout the world administer cannabis- based medications), and the like, having masks is a sensible precaution to keep sick people from getting sicker.
They’re even being used in the recreational realm, albeit in a more gimmicky way. For example, at Herbarium dispensary in Los Angeles, every purchase comes with the option for free delivery, as well as a stylish black face mask dubbed the “Corona Free Herbarium” mask. For the last few weeks, people have been stocking up on buds and they’re getting a kick out the masks too.
According to Breanna Lucier, a spokeswoman for the dispensary, “There are two reasons for all the customers you see in here right now. One is that people are stocking up on all the things they consider essential after being advised to stay indoors. The other reason — people don’t want to care about coronavirus or watch upsetting news about it on television,” she added. “Instead, they just want to chill out with Netflix and some weed.”
If you are interested in ordering a large amount of N95 face masks, or 3 layer disposable protective face mouth masks, contact us at email@example.com to learn more about ordering these masks.
MINIMUM ORDER 100K UNITS.
Hand Sanitizer For Those on the Go
Let’s face it, as much as we try to keep people in, there will be occasions where they have to leave the house, particularly for doctor’s appointments and hospital visits which are difficult to reschedule. Even when we’re not in the middle of a dangerous pandemic, I like to have some hand sanitizer on me if I’m going to a hospital, physician’s office, or anywhere else there are higher than normal numbers of sick people. It just makes sense.
If you live in the U.S. (and possibly elsewhere, I’m in California though), you’re probably finding that all your local stores and pharmacies are completely out of hand sanitizer and rubbing alcohol. It’s gotten so bad, that stores are even beginning to run out of higher-proof drinking alcohols and distilleries are using their alcohol waste to make sanitizer and distribute to people in need.
If you are to source a large amount of hand sanitizers, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about ordering these tests.
MINIMUM ORDER 50K UNITS.
Gloves as a Last Resort
Since hand sanitizer and soap is running out at many of the local stores, naturally, the next product in line would be gloves. Instead of washing your hands or using-alcohol based santizer repeatedly and drying out your skin, just put on some rubber gloves and toss them in the trash before you get back in your car or house.
Either way, stores and pharmacies have listed disposable gloves as an item that’s been purchased with increased frequency. As demand ramps up, they’ll be more and more difficult to find at an affordable rate.
Contact us now at email@example.com to make a bulk order for disposable gloves.
MINIMUM ORDER 10K BOXES (100 gloves per box)
As demand continues to ramp up, pharamcies and grocery stores will be ordering larger orders of all these items – hand sanitizer, coronavirus testing kits, and face masks.
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