COVID-19 EUAs To Stay Active After Public Health Emergency Ends
Authorizations in place for diagnostics, personal protective equipment, and other products cleared for emergency use during the pandemic will remain in place until the potential for an outbreak no longer exists or products receive traditional clearances, according to a Federal Register notice issued by HHS this week.
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