Well, I am going to begin by assuming that you are at least as sick of hearing about this stupid pandemic as I am about writing about it in any capacity. It has just been an unavoidable obsession, alluded to when discussing just about any topic anywhere in the world right now and we are all sick of it. We are also equally sick of the social distancing, though I personally rather like the fact that everyone is finally afraid to invade my personal space, and we are all very sick of having to wear masks. It was the elimination of the mask itself that made me so eager to get the vaccine, as I was already pretty much immunized by suffering from the pandemic myself at the very beginning of the outbreak in the United States.
However, since viruses don’t die easily, and this newest eye duration, omicron, still to run its course, the need for online as our main forum for going just about everything will continue into the future. A pharma machinery will be a necessity to get our medications safely and cheaply for the time being.
Let me tell you something, though. This new online model for shopping, working, learning and interacting isn’t going away even after the pandemic is but a footnote in history. This was going to be the ultimate outcome the moment the Internet reached people’s homes, we are just adopting it into our daily lives much more rapidly than we would have without the pandemic making it a necessity. Brick-and-mortar retail, with a handful of exceptions, is destined for true obsolescence the same way cable television, radio and print media are destined to fade into obscurity. The same can be said for having to commute to most office jobs, call center jobs or classroom attendance.
With Canada’s tax-based health care system artificially reducing the shelf prices of most drugs, and you not paying taxes in Canada, you can get artificially-low prices that are impossible to obtain in the United States. Along with this, the absence of brick-and-mortar overhead means that the price is already going to be much lower, with or without the loophole of Canadian taxes and healthcare systems. Along with this further, given the absence of all of that overhead, online businesses are more likely to offer various discounts, reward programs and other competitive, customer-converting and customer-retaining measures because they can still turn a decent profit without having to be greedy. However, shopping with someplace like pricepropharmacy.com can bring about a lot of benefits above and beyond the convenience.
Finally, it is indeed much safer. You don’t have to be in a physical brick-and-mortar pharmacy, a place where sick people shop anyhow, so you don’t have to expose yourself to the risk of being infected with coronavirus or any other future virus that we may face. This is going to be the major driver behind people retaining this online spaces for work, school and shopping well into the future. Viruses will not spread if people aren’t in contact with each other, and the new, more physically-insular world we will live in post-Covid may seem more impersonal but will be a better world demand, and part of this is thanks to online pharmacies like pricepropharmacy.com!