By Luke Tugby2019-08-07T06:37:00
Boots is piloting an on-demand language interpretation service for non-English speaking pharmacy patients.
The retailer is testing the free service at five shops in central London, Birmingham, Southampton, Leicester and Belfast.
It can be accessed using in-store iPads, which connect staff and patients with interpreters who can translate around 250 languages.
Boots has teamed up with US firm Voyce to offer the service.
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