A few more people came in, one of whom was a man in his 50s. Instead of sitting down or moving to the side to wait for his prescription, he hovered near the counter. He seemed to be in a hurry and kept leaning over and interrupting the pharmacist to check on the status of his order. You could tell that some customers felt uncomfortable, especially as he was invading their space as they tried to have private conversations about their medical issues with the pharmacist. The pharmacist finally had to ask the man to step away, but he made a fuss.
I think it’s important to respect others’ privacy when you’re at a hospital, doctor’s office, or pharmacy. It’s not your business why other people are there. They should be able to get health advice in private, without you hovering nearby. Keep your distance and leave them to it.