Guidance note on quality assurance of personal protective equipment (PPE) used in COVID-19 responses

The guidance is meant to support a National Society in the quality assurance aspect of acquiring PPE used in the COVID-19 response. It should be used for guidance purposes only; it is not intended to replace whatsoever any of Nationals Societies policies and procedures neither any applicable national law nor regulations.

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