Communications mentioning Evusheld between Professor James Palmer and the Chief Medical Officer
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Dear NHS England,
For the period 1 July 2022 to 6 September please provide:
All papers, emails (whether a primary preparer, recipient or cc’d) or other electronic communications between Professor James Palmer and the Chief Medical Officer in which Evusheld (i.e. the combination of tixagevimab and cilgavimab, AZD7742 or any other name that is used by the DHSC for this) is mentioned.
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