Bangkok hospital director summoned for allegedly smuggling Favipiravir

Results who allegedly smuggled lots of of packing containers of Favipiravir antiviral tablets, that are used to treat Covid-19, has been summoned by police. Last week, officers seized 390 boxes of Favipiravir and arrested nine people who have been allegedly involved in selling the drugs on social media at five instances higher than the standard price.
Officers from the Consumer Protection Police Division say that they had received a tip in regards to the director of the personal hospital allegedly smuggling the antiviral drugs out of the hospital. Police checked the hospital in query, which was not named in stories, and found that the hospital recorded the acquisition order for Favipiravir pills, however there was no report of Covid-19 sufferers receiving therapy on the hospital.
Police seized the antiviral medicine in a collection of raids in Bangkok, Saraburi, Pathum Thani, and Nonthaburi. According to a previous Bangkok Post article, the treatment had initially been acquired from the Government Pharmaceutical Organisation by the hospital in Bangkok’s Bang Na area. The hospital director allegedly bought each field for 1,600 baht, and then online vendors sold the drugs at four,000 to eight,000 baht per field..