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Rue des moulins 83690 Salernes

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The influenza vaccination campaign launched on October 13, 2020 with great media fanfare, has largely borne fruit ... to the point that the vast majority of pharmacies have been robbed in a few days, if not in less than 24 hours in some cities.

Your favorite pharmacy is unfortunately no exception to the rule.

We should receive a few more vaccines in mid-November.

However, the waiting list to benefit from it is already full and we will not be able to guarantee all reservations if the registration rate remains as high as in recent days.

And yet, the importance of getting the flu shot this year cannot be overstated.

Even if the influenza virus mutates, and all the existing strains are not present in the vaccine, the antigenic valences retained are the most virulent and the most present on the surface of the globe. The vaccine therefore allows you to effectively protect yourself from a serious and fatal viral infection. We must not forget that each year, the flu virus is responsible for thousands of deaths in France.

In a difficult and uncontrollable context of comorbidity associated with CoVid19, it is more than ever necessary to do so.

In these particular times, we advise you to continue to follow again and always the sanitary recommendations of hygiene and the measures of social distancing.
Remember that wearing the mask properly reduces the spread of the virus by 70%

1. Stay at home


This means you must not leave or be outside of your home except for specific purposes.

These include:

    for childcare or education, where this is not provided online
    for work purposes, where your place of work remains open and where you cannot work from home (including if your job involves working in other people’s homes)
    to exercise outdoors or visit an outdoor public place - with the people you live with, with your support bubble or, when on your own, with 1 person from another household (children under school age, as well as those dependent on round-the-clock care, such as those with severe disabilities, who are with their parents will not count towards the limit on two people meeting outside).
    for any medical concerns, reasons, appointments and emergencies, or to avoid or escape risk of injury or harm - such as domestic abuse
    shopping for basic necessities, for example food and medicine, which should be as infrequent as possible
    to visit members of your support bubble or provide care for vulnerable people, or as a volunteer

This list is not exhaustive and there are other limited circumstances where you may be permitted to leave or be outside of your home. These will be set out in law and further detailed guidance will be provided.

2. Staying safe outside the home (Social Distancing)


You should minimise time spent outside your home and when around other people ensure that you are two metres apart from anyone not in your household or support bubble.

Remember - ‘Hands. Face. Space’:

    hands – wash your hands regularly and for 20 seconds
    face – wear a face covering in indoor settings where social distancing may be difficult, and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet
    space – stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible, or 1 metre with extra precautions in place (such as wearing face coverings or increasing ventilation indoors)


3. Meeting with family and friends


You must not meet socially indoors with family or friends unless they are part of your household - meaning the people you live with - or support bubble.

A support bubble is where a household with one adult joins with another household. Households in that support bubble can still visit each other, stay overnight, and visit outdoor public places together.

You can exercise or visit outdoor public places with the people you live with, your support bubble, or 1 person from another household (children under school age, as well as those dependent on round-the-clock care, such as those with severe disabilities, who are with their parents will not count towards the limit on two people meeting outside).

Outdoor public places include:

    parks, beaches, countryside,
    public gardens (whether or not you pay to enter them), allotments

You cannot meet in a private garden.


(Recommendation from the official U.K.'s Health Website: )

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You want to visit us?

Opening time: 9am - 12 am and 3pm - 7pm (UTC/GMT +2 hours in summer)

Opening days: from monday to friday (closed saturday and sunday)

Adress: Rue des moulins, 83690 Salernes or click               to see where we are.

Saturday, the "Pharmacie du Cours" (Cours Théodore Bouge, Salernes, 9am-12am and 3pm-7pm) is open.


You want to call us or send us a medical prescription?

Phone number: +33 494 67 54 56

Fax: +33 494 70 69 49



What do we do?

At the Pharmacie du Moulin, in Salernes, we  offer all pharmaceutical services you can normally find in France:

dispensing prescriptions, confidential health advice and self-care, natural and homeopathy medecine sales, patient medication record, medicines use review (MURs or Medi-Check, the equivalent in France is called "Entretiens pharmaceutiques" et "Bilan Partagé de Médication"), extensive range of mobility and daily living aids, unwanted medicines from patients supported, smoking cessation advice and products and more ...

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SELARL Pharmacie du Moulin – Rue des Moulins, 83690 Salernes