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COVID-19 Defra Update

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Summary of the latest news from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

At this busy time, Government communications are increasing to ensure that stakeholders are aware of updated guidance. This is a summary of guidance to date, 21 April 2020.

If you have insights from a relevant sector send it to agrifoodchainengagement@defra.gov.uk

Latest guidance from Public Health England can be found here.

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