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Performance of On-Site Activities During the Current Pandemic

The NOAA Seafood Inspection Program (NOAA SIP) seeks a unified effort with the seafood industry in preventing the spread of COVID-19 while continuing to produce safe, quality seafood for consumers. This guidance may be revised as conditions change.

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