NEW YORK, Nov. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Virtual Medical International Inc. (OTC: QEBR) today announced that it is returning to its medical roots by entering the Medical Grade CBD oil business.
„The majority shareholder has determined that it is in the best interest of all of the shareholders to repurpose the company’s strategy to take advantage of the important medical needs of millions of adults across the globe for which this product has the proven capability to relieve needless suffering,” reported Jun Liang, Board Member.
As a result of this change of business, Larry Eastland has resigned as CEO. A new CEO will be announced shortly.
This will also result in QEBR exiting the Crypto currency hosting business which has proven to be a challenging and costly business for QEBR.
QEBR is the trading symbol for Virtual Medical International, Inc., a Nevada corporation.
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