All London Drugs stores in Western Canada reopen following cyberattack

London Drugs said Tuesday that all of its stores stores in Western Canada have reopened.

The update came more than a week after a cyberattack closed all 79 of its retail locations.

Earlier this week the company said it had previously restored core services in 40 stores but pharmacy customers had not been able to fill new prescriptions.

Customers are urged to call their local pharmacy or visit the store in person during regular hours to receive help.

Canada Post locations within stores are accessible, the Insurance Services Call Centre is open and optical locations were opened on Monday.

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Cyberattack prompts all London Drugs locations to close temporarily

London Drugs has not revealed any details about the cybersecurity incident that forced the closure of all stores in Western Canada.

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In a statement, the company said it continues to “methodically work to ensure systems at each store are working and ready to serve the full range of services and products that we know our customers expect, and we thank everyone for their patience.”

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“We are only turning on systems after we and our external third-party cybersecurity experts have taken all recommended steps to ensure we have full confidence that the systems being used are safe and secure.”

The company said it has not seen any evidence that any customer databases were compromised, including pharmacy patients and LDExtras members.

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