New global market data shows that medical cannabis sales in the Czech Republic remain largely insignificant despite health insurance coverage being in place since January 2020. Since the beginning of 2020, an average of just 5 kilograms (11 pounds) of the flower has been sold per month via prescription, with little growth. June and July were record months with 6 kilograms of total sales on average. According to reports, the country continues to be a minor player in the European cannabis industry. However, the early prediction that insurance coverage would prompt significant growth has not yet materialized. Moreover, the latest data shows that: The number of patients decreased from 1,103 in June to 998 in August. Sales fell from 6,050 grams in July to 5,494 in August. The Czech survey, which includes information on adverse reactions and treatment outcomes, similar to the treatment process in Germany.

Marijuana Business Daily, 09/15/2020 10:56:36

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