Amazon has filed to trademark “Amazon Pharmacy” in Canada, the U.K. and Australia, signaling a potential move into selling prescription drugs outside of the U.S. According to the Canadian Intellectual Property Office website, Amazon filed for the patent on Jan. 9, 2020. The status is listed as pre-formalized. The trademark also lists other areas that Amazon Pharmacy could move into including surgical, medical dental instruments and pharmaceutical as well as medical and veterinary preparations. Similar trademark filings from Jan. 9 also appear on the website for IP Australia and the U.K.’s intellectual property office. A spokesperson for Amazon-owned PillPack did not comment on the trademark filings.
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