Covid-19: Mask sales in Brazil should drop 29% from December, large pharmacy chain chain

A previous survey by RaiaDrogasil pointed out that the sale of unitary masks had dropped 40% in the previous three months. The prices in stores throughout Brazil also had a 15% reduction, on average.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The RaiaDrogasil pharmacy chain projects a 29.5% reduction in sales of masks against Covid-19 from December. The rate follows the downward trend recorded since September when there were advances in the vaccination campaign.

A previous survey by RaiaDrogasil released the November 4 pointed out that the sale of unitary masks had dropped 40% in the previous three months. The prices in stores throughout Brazil also had a 15% reduction, on average.

"With the demand reduction, the chain chose to reduce the options of masks available and work with models in stock," RaiaDrogasil said in . . .

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