We have closed our offices in response to the Covid-19 outbreak and are working remotely. Please send all correspondence by email.

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Due to the challenges and pressures on the pharmacy sector at this time, and the increasing number of cases of COVID-19, we have decided to postpone the revalidation submission date for those registrants who are due to submit between 20 March and 31 August 2020 (inclusive).
For updates related to the coronavirus pandemic, including GPhC statements and questions and answers, please see our dedicated COVID-19 information page.
See here the UK official sources of information on COVID-19 (coronavirus)
Today the NHS has called upon former pharmacy professionals, alongside doctors, nurses and other health professionals, to re-register and help in tackling the greatest global health threat in the history of the health service. The plans are part of the extensive work to date to prepare for the likely health effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
General Pharmaceutical Council Chief Executive, Duncan Rudkin has issued the following statement in response to reports of some instances of raised prices and locum rates during the COVID-19 pandemic
We have published a joint statement with the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland about how we will regulate pharmacy in light of novel coronavirus (Covid-19)
In line with UK Government's advice, the majority of our staff are now working from home. Our contact centre is still open for calls from 9:30- 17:00 every day. We will endeavour to keep providing our phone service but would strongly recommend that, wherever possible, you submit any enquiries via email to info@pharmacyregulation.org
We have written to pharmacy professionals and pharmacy owners today to update them on our approach to regulation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The GPhC offices have had to close today for a deep clean following a suspected case of coronavirus among a member of staff. Our phone lines will be closed today; if you need to get in touch please send any queries via email to: info@pharmacyregulation.org Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
UK health organisations have today launched a new guide to help people make sure that medicines or treatment they get online are safe and right for them.