Unibrol USP 250 mg Tablets called for quarantine
- 2021-01-18 14:44:11
Operation license does not replace the product registration
Rwanda Food and Drug Authority (Rwanda FDA) declares that due to the great advantages of antiseptic and disinfectant products to fight against microbes during corona virus(COVID-19) pandemic, the use of these products have increased significantly as well as an increase of substandard and counterfeit antiseptic and disinfectant products. That why Rwanda FDA reminds the stakeholders that the product must be registered before being available on the market and encourages both local and foreign manufacturers, wholesalers, importers, suppliers and representatives for registration of antiseptic and disinfectant products with Rwanda Food and Drugs Authority(FDA) for public health protection.
Rwanda FDA says that during the registration process, the registration documents must be accompanied by 500 milliliters of sample and non-refundable invoice. The local manufacturers are warned that the operation license does not replace the product registration, and they are required to make product registration before releasing them to the market. Furthermore, Rwanda FDA announces 15 September 2020 as the last day for registration of unregistered products.