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EU Allows Pharma To Temporarily Prioritize Reporting For COVID-19 Adverse Events

Prioritization Allowed Until The Pandemic Is Resolved

Executive Summary

Drug companies unable to continue with standard reporting of suspected adverse reactions to the EU pharmacovigilance database can temporarily prioritize their reporting activities to focus on COVID-19 related safety events.

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