As medical marijuana dispensaries change procedures amid coronavirus panic buying, Maryland shop owners fear supply chain shortage

Maryland’s medical cannabis dispensaries have seen booming sales amid the coronavirus pandemic even as they’re forced to change the way they serve patients. Dispensary operators say the panic-buying is exacerbating supply chain bottleneck and causing some to fear the long-term effects should the increased demand continue. “Every store in the state is busier than they’ve ever been,” said Mitch Trellis, owner of Remedy Columbia in Howard County. Patients — many sequestered to their homes — have been stocking up as their monthly prescription limits allow. (Balt Sun)

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