Women’s rights activists say women still find it difficult to access the morning-after pill
Access to the morning-after pill remains problematic for women – especially on Sundays when not all pharmacies are open, according to women’s rights activists.
The problem stems from the refusal of some pharmacists to stock and sell the emergency contraceptive because they have moral objections to the pill.
A recent undertaking by newspaper Illum showed that 70% of pharmacies contacted by the newspaper sold the morning-after pill. However, it also confirmed that three in 10 pharmacies were refusing to stock the pill. . . . [Full Text]