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Interim recommendations for contraceptive provision

In effort to support clinicians providing care in challenging circumstances, the Society of Family Planning has released interim recommendations for contraceptive provision during the COVID-19 pandemic. This interim document is intended to serve as a guide to aid clinical practice and decision making in pandemic conditions. Recommendations are based on evidence available at the time of writing and on expert opinion. This document will be revised and revisited as conditions stabilize and additional evidence emerges. Feedback is welcome and encouraged. Please email HLange@SocietyFP.org with comments and questions. You are welcome to share this document with your networks.

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