EMA Updates Board On Business Continuity And Coronavirus
Plan Safeguards Core Agency Activities In Light Of Coronavirus Pandemic
The European Medicines Agency’s first management board meeting of 2020 was held virtually and was shortened but covered a number of topics including COVID-19.
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