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Provided that a surgical mask does not create an undue risk, the FDA will not object if other
FDA regulations for medical devices are not satisfied, including:
site registration and product listing under 21 CFR 807;
prior submission of a premarket notification under Section 510(k) of the FD&C Act and
21 CFR 807.81;
good manufacturing practices under 21 CFR 820 (design, manufacture, packaging,
labeling, storage, and distribution);
reporting, correction, and product removal requirements under 21 CFR 806; and
device identification requirements under 21 CFR Part 830 and 21 CFR 801.20.
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