Haag-Streit has offered users a free downloadable breath shield template for its slit lamps.
NHS England’s failure to act is forcing hundreds of optical practices to close, with a direct and dangerous impact on the eye healthcare of patients in England during the COVID-19 crisis, the Optical Fees Negotiating Committee (OFNC) has warned.
Ophthalmic device manufacturer BVI has redirected its efforts and supply toward the COVID-19 response.
Johnson & Johnson has announced the selection of a lead COVID-19 vaccine candidate and the rapid scaling of its manufacturing capacity with the goal of providing global supply of more than one billion doses.
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The UK Government has now published further guidance clarifying that opticians are exempt from the general requirement for retail businesses and premises to close. Optical practices may therefore continue to provide urgent and essential eye care to the extent that they can, including remote care, while managing COVID-19 risk to keep patients, staff and the public as safe as possible.
A joint statement was released by the Royal College of Ophthalmologists and College of Optometrists on 19 March.
The Royal College of Ophthalmologists has issued advice and guidance for ophthalmologists regarding COVID-19.
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