Patients may have seen ‘significant’ delays in medicine deliveries by USPS, Senate report finds
Patients who rely on the U.S. Postal Service for their prescription drugs may have experienced “significant” delays in their deliveries, according to a Senate report released Wednesday, which accused Postmaster General Louis DeJoy of jeopardizing the “health of millions of Americans.”
Several major U.S. pharmacies told the two Democratic senators leading the investigation — Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) and Robert P. Casey Jr. (Pa.) — that average delivery times have ticked up since the spring, leading to a flood of angry calls from customers and costly requests to resend their medications.
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By: Tony Romm
Source: Patients may have seen ‘significant’ delays in medicine deliveries by USPS, Senate report finds
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