The Union Health Ministry has done away with the necessity of a licence for stocking and sale of hand sanitiser to form it more widely available for the general public amid the COVID-19 pandemic. per an officer notification, the ministry granted the exemption under the provisions of the Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, but said retailers need to make sure that such products aren’t sold or stocked after the date of expiry. The ministry received several representations for exempting hand sanitiser from the necessity of sale licence, the notification said. The notification, dated July 27, stated that the central government is satisfied that hand sanitiser is crucial to fulfill the necessities of emergency arising because of COVID-19 pandemic and their easy availability is created publicly interest.
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