Dubai Police Esaad launches Free Medication Delivery Service.
As part of maintaining comprehensive precautionary measures against COVID-19 undertaken by designated authorities to ensure public safety, Dubai Police, represented by Esaad Card Committee, has collaborated with pharmacies under its programme to provide a free of charge delivery service to cardholders.
Esaad cardholders can order medicines and medical supplies to their houses with free delivery while still enjoying the discount as agreed upon.
The committee has arranged for this free service to be available for the cardholders and their first-degree relatives from the reputable pharmacies across the UAE, including Al Hekma Pharmacies, Bin Sina Pharmacies, Makkah Pharmacies, Health First Pharmacies, and Medicina Pharmacies.
"Esaad is joining the government and private entities efforts to provide the members of the public their necessities while they are staying safely at homes," Chairperson of Esaad Committee Muna Al Amri said.
"Cardholders can order directly from these pharmacies by calling the branches on the phone numbers available on the Esaad website," Al Amri confirmed.
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