The criticality of maintaining trade flows of essential medical products and protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic cannot be emphasized more. The speed and the scale of the pandemic made it necessary to keep trade channels of such products open and eliminate traditional hurdles to trade to minimise all unnecessary costs and delays. The sense of urgency, and the reliance of many countries on imports for medical goods, highlight a need to simplify and streamline customs procedures and technical regulations.

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