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UK Firms Asked To Check Coronavirus Supply Chain Impact

Authorities Also Investing In Vaccines And Tests

Executive Summary

Amid concerns that the coronavirus outbreak could have an impact on the supply of APIs and other materials sourced from Chinese manufacturers, pharmaceutical companies are to assess their supply chain situation to help ensure patients do not experience medicine shortages.

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