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UHAS School of Pharmacy produces affordable hand sanitisers

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In the wake of the outbreak of COVID-19 with subsequent increase in the demand for alcohol-based hand sanitisers which are now scarce on the market, the School of Pharmacy of UHAS has been able to produce an alcohol-based sanitiser which is yet to hit the markets.

Established in 2016, the School of Pharmacy has grown by leaps and bounds and this is another success chalked by them.

This would help increase the quantity of alcohol-based sanitisers we have on our markets and help in the precautionary measures being taken to prevent the spread of the virus.

We are very proud of our students from the youngest school in the university.

Details of the product will be provided soon. Amicus Humani Generis.

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