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UK Signs Three More No-Deal Brexit Drug Transport Contracts

Companies Will Offer Express Delivery Of Urgent Supplies

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Efforts to ensure that supplies of medicines continue to flow if the UK leaves the EU without a deal have been stepped up with the announcement of three contracts to provide an express delivery service for urgently needed products.

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