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4 July 2021 — Press release
Putting patients first: A new era for our agency
21 June 2021 — News story
The Prime Minister was able to see first-hand the pivotal role NIBSC has played in getting safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines to the UK public during the pandemic.
27 July 2021 — Press release
The public and healthcare professionals are being warned to take care when purchasing infrared thermometers online and to familiarise themselves with warning signs for poor quality products.
15 July 2021 — News story
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency is playing a pivotal role helping to ensure that the UK remains one of the best places in the world to deliver safe, cutting-edge research.
22 July 2021 — Research and analysis
A weekly report covering adverse reactions to approved COVID-19 vaccines
17 June 2021 — Guidance
The different types of tests and testing kits for COVID-19, and the specifications for manufacturers.
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