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VMD is ready for Brexit, deal or no deal

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By Matthew Limb

‘Panic buying’ of vet medicines is one of the biggest risks being addressed in preparations for a no-deal Brexit on 31 October, a government official has said.

Renee Sheehan, of the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD), said if panic buying occurred it could impact on medicines availability.

She said the VMD would be putting out balanced, ‘reassuring’ messages to vets and animal owners in the run up to Brexit.

We’re in control of it… and we are confident that supply will be maintained

‘We’re in control of it, we have taken contingency measures and we are confident that …

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