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La Poste announced on Tuesday that it had entered into a partnership with the Aprium Pharmacy network and the delivery specialist Stuart. Objective: to offer a brand new medication delivery service called Aprium Express.

For just one euro, it is now possible to have medicines delivered to your home in less than two hours, reports BFM TV . Delivery is even free for nursing staff.

For the most fragile people

This service is currently available in Paris and its suburbs, Toulouse, Saint-Etienne, Lille, Le Havre, Limoges and Villeurbanne. It is intended "for the most fragile people, such as those suffering from chronic diseases, who are among the most at risk when faced with Covid-19, in order to provide them with treatments or medicines while limiting their movements," explains Aprium. Pharmacy in a press release relayed by BFM TV .

Concretely, people who need it can order online by going to the Aprium website. Then, a postman or courier picks up the recipient's prescription and collects the order from a pharmacist and delivers the medication.

All in less than two hours and respecting health rules with “contactless” delivery to prevent the spread of the virus.


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