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Countries’ Covid-19 responses could debunk some myths around the ‘abortion pill’

Abstract : With health-care facilities around the world overburdened by the Covid-19 pandemic, a number of countries have revised their abortion regulations. On March 27, Ireland authorised remote consultations for medical abortion through telemedicine. Self-administration of medical abortion pills has also been approved in England and now women are allowed to take medical abortion pills at their homes. Most recently, in France, the maximum delay for medical abortion at home has been extended from seven to nine weeks. [First paragraph]
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Hazal Atay. Countries’ Covid-19 responses could debunk some myths around the ‘abortion pill’. 2020. ⟨hal-02884966⟩



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