UK Industry Prepares For Post-COVID-19 ‘Normal’ As Non-Urgent And Planned Elective Care Get Green Light
Non-urgent care, ceased by the UK government after the initial surge of COVID-19 cases, is to be restored gradually now that the virus has peaked and new cases are falling. The UK ABHI’s Andrew Davies explains what this means for the medtech industry.
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