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FRANCE: clarification on the Commission Recommendation on PPE

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An interministerial circular dated 31 March 2020 specifies the conditions for implementing the European Commission’s Recommendation on procedures for the assessment of personal protective equipment (PPE).

Its purpose is to implement the Commission’s recommendations “while ensuring that medical equipment and devices placed on the market continue to provide an adequate level of protection for the health and safety of users”.

Instruction interministérielle n°DGT/DGS/DGCCRF/DGDDI/2020/55

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