Batch Testing ‘Could Double’ Under Govt Proposals For Great Britain
The UK government is consulting on a set of options for batch testing of imported medicines as it seeks to balance patient safety principles with the need to avoid overly burdensome import requirements.
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The European federation of research-based drug companies has made suggestions to ensure the consistent adoption of an EU proposal that seeks to continue the flexibilities that were introduced in response to COVID-19-related travel restrictions.
The European Commission’s legislative proposal will close the gaps in medicines regulation caused by Brexit and the Northern Ireland Protocol.
The new regulation on cross-border threats to health is the final part of the European Health Union, along with strengthened roles for the European Medicines Agency and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. Its aim is to ensure collective EU action on preparedness, surveillance, risk assessment, and early warning and response in the event of health emergencies.