Drug shortage hits Tlokweng clinics

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The supply and availability of drugs at clinics in Tlokweng has led to a gradual decline in performance of the institutions, which scored 74%, Mmegi has learnt.

This shows that the clinics have performed significantly below the set target of 97%.

According to a report that serves to highlight the progress of the development projects and programmes under the management of Tlokweng sub-district for the quarter ending December, the challenge of drugs is due to the Central Medical Stores (CMS) turn around time for procuring for the facilities.

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