Dealing with the virus in community pharmacies

Has anyone any thoughts on how to deal with the volume of prescriptions if there are insufficient staff to work in the pharmacy?
 I thought to dispense for 2 hours (no interruptions, so no errors) open for 2 hours (to hand out medication and deal with enquiries). This repeated during the 8 hours we are open.
Also perhaps not allow direct access to the pharmacy waiting room. Shut the front door and use our side access.

My concerns are that if we have limited staff the dispensing process is slowed to a halt by having to constantly break off to answer the phone or deal with other requests.
Delivery is not an option we are at capacity, neither is closing (we are professionals).
How are the Italians managing?

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