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Contingency planning over medicines and medical supplies if there is a No Deal Brexit – c

The government is working closely with the NHS and its suppliers to help ensure that supplies of medicines and medical devices can continue to flow into the UK without significant delays if the UK were to leave the EU without a deal.

Schools should continue with their normal arrangements for medicines and medical supplies to support pupils with health conditions.

If schools have any concerns about being able to meet statutory duties relating to SEND, health and safety, or safeguarding, they should work with their local authority or academy trust to ensure there are robust contingency plans in place.

For more information read the guidance on planning for a possible no-deal Brexit: information for the health and care sector:

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