Measure for measure: Bulgaria’s ‘green corridor’ for pensioners to shop sparks rows
The order by Bulgaria’s Health Minister that supermarkets and pharmacies are required to reserve the 8am-10am period for shopping by people aged 65 or older has had unintended, though perhaps not unforeseeable, consequences.
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