Date Submitted: May 13, 2022
Open Peer Review Period: May 13, 2022 - Jul 8, 2022
COVID-19 remains a common problem worldwide. Fever clinics in China have played a very important role in the pandemic, although the pharmacists who ran them experienced a great deal of pressure; there were many problems, such as cross-infections, drug errors caused by burnout, and communication difficulties in the isolated environment. Therefore, we designed and developed a series of medical information circulars, software, and automated equipment and established a digital pharmacy that is operated by remote pharmacists. The goal of having patients obtain medicines and resolve medication problems online was also achieved. The aim of this article is to explain how we solved these problems and the shortage of pharmacists at the same time in hopes of providing a reference for the international pharmacy community.