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記事作成日:2020/08/21 

GMP

WHO

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS BY THE MANUFACTURING, TRIAL AND TESTING ORGANIZATIONS IN CONNECTION WITH SOME OF THEIR CONSTRAINTS FACED DURING THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK

GMP

EU

Regulatory expectations during COVID-19 pandemic

Guidance is available for marketing authorisation holders, manufacturers and importers of human and

veterinary medicines on adaptations to the regulatory framework to address challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, including with GMP certificates and inspections:

Notice to stakeholders: Questions and answers on regulatory expectations for medicinal products for human use during the COVID-19 pandemic
Notice to stakeholders: Questions and answers on regulatory expectations for medicinal products for veterinary use during the COVID-19 pandemic
In this context, for sites in the European Economic Area (EEA), GMP certificates and time-limited manufacturing and import authorisations are automatically extended until the end of 2021.

This does not waive manufacturers’ and importers’ obligations to comply with GMP standards.

For new sites and facilities within and outside the EEA that have not been inspected or where an inspection is required, a remote inspection may be carried out. On-site inspections will resume as soon as feasible.

ONLINe service

EudraVigilance

European Medicines Agency

NOTICE TO STAKEHOLDERS

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON REGULATORY EXPECTATIONS FOR MEDICINAL PRODUCTS FOR HUMAN USE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

European Medicines Agency

EMA’s governance during COVID-19 pandemic Share

Table of contents
COVID-19 EMA pandemic Task Force
COVID-19 Task Force
EMA health threats plan
Business continuity plan for the European medicines regulatory network
Working with EU and international partners
Measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has established dedicated task forces to deal with the scientific, regulatory and operational challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic and initiated its business continuity plan. The aim of these measures is to safeguard the Agency’s core activities related to the evaluation and supervision of medicines during the pandemic and to ringfence resources dealing with COVID-19.

EMA aims to expedite the development of effective measures to fight and prevent the spread of COVID-19. This includes exploring ways for accelerating the development of COVID-19 vaccines and treatments, in close cooperation with the European medicines regulatory network.

EMA is also working to ensure that the assessment and monitoring of medicines are not disrupted, so that patients in Europe can continue to have access to high quality, safe and effective medicines during the pandemic.

Decision of the Executive Director

On fee reductions for Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) on-site inspections due to COVID-19 pandemic

US FDA

MDSAP Audit Procedures and Forms

Remote Auditing Pilot Program

FDA STATEMENT

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: FDA updates on surveillance inspections during COVID-19

UK Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency

Guidance Contact MHRA How to contact MHRA for specific services or enquiries.

Contacting us during the coronavirus (COVID-19) response

Maintaining control: Remote working and QP certification

Advice for Management of Clinical trials in relation to Coronavirus

Guidance for industry on MHRA’s expectations for return to UK on-site inspections

MHRA Good Practice (GxP) inspections during the COVID19 outbreak

PIC/S

GMP INSPECTION RELIANCE