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French firm Sanofi would airlift flu vaccines into the UK in the case of a highly disruptive exit from the European Union.
The company would fly in flu vaccines (which cannot be stockpiled) if other transport routes are disrupted after the country leaves the EU, according to Hugo Fry, the Managing Director of Sanofi UK.
“We prepare in different ways and have prepared many different routes into the UK,” Fry said to BBC Radio 5 live's ‘Wake Up To Money’ show. “If we have to in the end, we will airlift it in.”
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