PPB says the enforcement of closure shall be monitored by the police and the respective offices of county commissioners.
Adding that registered pharmacists and enrolled pharmaceutical technologists involved in pharmaceutical malpractices have been flagged for disciplinary process at the board.
“We are advising the members of public to report any suspected case of quacks operating within their areas as they are a danger to public health. Registered pharmacy outlets can be verified by sending the code displayed in the outlets to 21031 and it is free of charge.” They added
The board is at the same time calling upon the judiciary to dispense deterrent sanctions as provided under the revised pharmacy and poisons Act 2019 to the persons found guilty of contravening the provisions of the Cap 244 of the laws of Kenya.