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Warning Letters Special Report: Pandemic Drove Focused Inspections, Alternative Approaches

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In the first part of our in-depth series, the Pink Sheet outlines how 2022 warning letters reflected agency’s efforts to overcome COVID-19 travel restrictions. As pandemic abates, a new, less inspection-intensive normal could emerge.

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