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Guardian Article - Registration for drug plan to begin next week

2/19/2010 6:23:05 AM
By Jimenita Swain ~ Guardian Senior Reporter ~ jimenita@nasguard.com

Early registration for the National Prescription Drug Plan is expected to begin next week Monday, said Minister of Health Dr. Hubert Minnis yesterday.

"Eligible groups in this first phase, some 30,000 to 35,000 [people], are urged to register for membership in the plan as soon as possible, so they can access the benefits when the plan comes on stream in April," said Dr. Minnis.

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