Yes, if you need, you can ask your relative or friend to pick up your prescription. However, it is a good idea to inform your GP about it. The person, who is going to pick up your prescription, should be able to confirm the relevant data about you: your name and address. Sometimes the GP may check the identity of the person to prove they’re acting on your behalf and with your permission. It is done to prevent the prescription from being given to a wrong patient and to keep your medical data confidential.
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