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US COVID-19 Warnings Continue Climbing, Violative Products Reach Recall Records

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Additional products listed in FDA recall records update include Similac Pro-Advance Infant Formula filled with water, a lidocaine patch linked to potentially deficient manufacturing quality controls and two scents of PS Primer Water that may be contaminated. Number of hand sanitizer products exported from to the US and found containing methanol also continues to climb.

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