المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Medicine crisis in regime-controlled areas | Alarming shortage and unaffordable prices

Reliable sources have reported that the prices of medicine in regime-held areas, particularly Damascus, have noticeably increased, along with the lack of many kinds of medicine in pharmacies, including medication for cardiovascular disease, kidney diseases, hypertension, diabetes and some of children’s medicines. This development comes as a part of the chronic crises plaguing the Syrians living in areas under the control of Syrian regime, including the astronomically inflated prices of essential products and considerable congestion in front of petrol stations and bread bakeries.

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