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Trade Groups Ask States To Keep Consumer Health Industry Lights On During Covid-19 Pandemic

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“We have a responsibility to stay open and provide essential services, and that is exactly what we are going to do,” says NPA head Dan Fabricant. AHPA, CHPA, CRN and UNPA ask all US states to include VMS retailers and other nutritional supplement stores as part of “critical infrastructure” the Trump administration said must continue operating as the country responds to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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