Various pharmacy practice and pharmacy administration programs were offered by pharmacy leaders in previous years.1-3 Besides, pharmacy services have been expanded in recent years through a new model of the new Saudi Vision 2030.3-11 Pharmacy infection control was one of the critical programs.12-13 Infection control services are one of the most important healthcare programs.14-18 It prevents the spread and transmission of infection to patients and healthcarerelated products and procedures. It protects patients from infection-related problems.14-18 Various infection-related issues have arisen in pharmacy practice.19-30 That has happened with pharmaceutical products. That happened while the parenteral medications were being prepared. The infectious products infiltrated the patients, infecting them and causing morbidity and mortality. 19-30 That has occurred due to infection-related injury is not a healthy practice in pharmacy. Thus, numerous international pharmacy guidelines emphasize infection prevention and control during medication preparation through the use of infection control tools.31-33 Personal protective equipment and hand hygiene were also included. Apart from that, pharmacy practice requires the use of hand sanitizers and disinfectants.31-33 Additionally, pharmacy waste is a source of infection, as are their procedures for dealing with it.31-33 Utilizing these tools in specific locations throughout pharmacy departments was insufficient to address all possible causes of infection-related problems. It requires a pharmacy environment and workplace, vaccination and occupational safety of pharmacy staff, and infection control surveillance in pharmacy services. Apart from that, antibiotic prescription Pharmacoepidemiology and antibiotic resistance in bacteria.14-18 These are a series of articles about the new infection control initiative in pharmacy practice, which encompasses all previous issues on infection prevention and control, infection prevention and control of pharmacist competency, and pharmacy infection control quality management. These articles were written as policies and procedures to facilitate pharmacists’ implementation of pharmaceutical care services.