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Bulgaria has extended its ban on exports of insulin and antibiotics for children amid ongoing medicine supply problems in the country. The caretaker Health Minister Galya Kondeva announced the extension of the export restrictions, which were first imposed in October 2023 for insulin and April 2024 for children’s antibiotics.

The export ban is intended to ensure adequate domestic supplies of these critical medications, as Bulgaria continues to face serious shortages. The restrictions apply to insulin and insulin analogues, as well as antibiotics for children, which are essential for treating various health conditions.

This move by the Bulgarian government underscores the challenges the country is facing in maintaining access to vital pharmaceuticals for its population. The extended export ban aims to prioritize the needs of Bulgarian patients over potential export opportunities, highlighting the importance of securing domestic medicine supplies during times of scarcity.

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