Despite phone lines being operational once again for London Drugs, the Canadian pharmacy retailer has continued to keep its doors closed, after a cybersecurity incident last weekend.

"If needs are urgent, customers should visit their local store in person during regular business hours for immediate support. London Drugs Pharmacists are on-site at all store locations to assist with emergency prescriptions needed and other urgent care," the company stated in an update on Wednesday. "Canada Post offices located inside London Drugs stores are fully operational."

On Sunday, London Drugs said that it would be temporarily closing all its stores in Western Canada after they had discovered that they had been the victim of a cybersecurity incident.

"Out of an abundance of caution, all London Drugs stores will remain temporarily closed across Western Canada until further notice while continuing to provide customers with urgent pharmacy care."

According to the company, it is currently working with leading third-party cybersecurity experts to bring their operations back online.

"Our investigation is currently assessing the extent to which any data has been compromised in the incident. In the event our investigation determines that personal information was impacted, we will notify affected individuals in accordance with privacy laws."

Previously, phone lines had been temporarily taken down as part of the investigation. 

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