EU's IVDR Could Spell Disaster In Halting Spread Of Next COVID-19-Type Virus
The spread of COVID-19 has been slowed in many places through widespread testing of infected patients’ contacts. But the EU IVDR could mean the end of such early preventive action and much more rapid spread of such infections in future, unless action is taken now to amend the regulation.
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