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May 2, 2022

​The RED traffic light guidelines

We are an essential service and at Red we will remain open and available for pharmacy services. The important word in that last sentence is ESSENTIAL; we must stay open. So, we will be doing a couple of things differently to ensure the safety of our staff and vulnerable customers. DO NOT come into the pharmacy if you have any cold or flu symptoms (however mild), have recently been for a COVID test or are on your way to have one. Get your doctor, dentist, midwife, specialist, or other prescr...

January 25, 2022

No Vaccine Passport Required

Did you know that you can visit us without having to show a Vaccine Passport?You will need to:Wear a maskScan your QR code or fill in our register when you enterIf you are unwell with cold or flu symptoms – you should not visit the pharmacy – phone us for advice or contact your doctor or Healthline on 0800 611 116....

December 10, 2021

Come and see us at Level Two

We’re open for business with a few Level 2 rules in place....

September 8, 2021

Level 4

At Level 4, Sydenham Pharmacy remains open.  However, we are restricting customer access into the pharmacy to ensure social distancing is maintained.  Remember to: Stay home if you're sick, wash and dry hands often, cough and sneeze into elbows and wear face coverings. ...

August 24, 2021

Give your children’s immune system a boost these school holidays with Viralex Kids Immune Chews

Good Health Viralex Kids Immune Chews are specially formulated to support children’s immunity with scientifically researched Wellmune for less days off daycare & school. Viralex Kids Immune Chews help to boost and support children’s immune systems and further supports their immune restoration. Kids will love the taste. Developed with fussy little eaters in mind!Child friendly format, easy and convenient to takeNo added nasties, safe for children to take...

July 12, 2021

Be Sun Smart

Don't forget to pack your sunscreen when you’re heading outdoors at this time of the year.Even if you are not going to the beach it is important to cover up, especially in the middle of the day....

January 29, 2021

Codeine is now prescription-only

You now need a prescription from your doctor for pain relief tablets containing the ingredient Codeine.These commonly used Over The Counter medicines are no longer allowed to be sold by pharmacies in NZ.From 5th November all codeine-containing medicines have become prescription-only. This means that people wishing to use codeine combined with paracetamol or ibuprofen will need to see their doctor and ask for a prescription.This change affects the following medicines:...

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