Relaxations extended for medical devices imports

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In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, India's Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO) has issued a public notice exempting applicants for medical devices and in-vitro diagnostic kits import licences from submitting notarised or apostilled documents for four months.

“In light of representations received and Covid-19 situation, the effective date of the even number order …… further extended upto 4 months or till normalization of the situation in light of Covid-19 whichever is earlier,” reads the notice issued Dr VG Somani, DGCI.

As part of the application for the import licence, the applicant is required to notarise or apostille certain documents.

According to the notification, the import relaxation gives applicants the option of submitting these documents after self-attestation along with an undertaking that the applicant will provide the notarised or apostilled documents within four months or after the Covid-19 pandemic is declared over, whichever is earlier.


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