Responding to a software snafu that kept some patients from buying medical cannabis, the state of Illinois alerted dispensaries Monday to sell to any registered patient, rather than following the legal limit of one dispensary per patient. “The State is currently experiencing an unexpected technical issue which is causing disruption to service for our medical cannabis patients,” the Illinois Department of Public Health announced. “In order to rectify this issue, all medical dispensaries must serve any medical cannabis patient or caregiver that is active in the State’s tracking system, BioTrack, until further notice.” No active registered patient should be turned away due to issues with accessing the patient’s profile, the alert stated, but limits on purchases will continue to be enforced.

420 Intel – Marijuana Industry News, 06/28/2021 20:00:00

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