What’s something that changed/disappeared because of Covid that still hasn’t returned?

not that it entitles anyone to be rude or worse, but i do not understand the friction and wait time typically associated to picking up prescriptions.

in other countries i lived in, it took a less than 5 minutes. and mind you, barring rare drugs and certain opioids, there is no designated pharmacy. you can show up with your prescription at any pharmacy you please with no notice whatsoever.

here, somehow we send our prescriptions to a designated pharmacy, and once you get to the counter, it still takes 20min to get something as trivial as tamiflu. i just don't understand it.

i can see people hustling behind the counter. you are clearly busy and i am not suggesting otherwise. but help me understand how it can seem so inefficient compared to other countries? it's an honest question.

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