Drugs Exposed to Water

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This is an important message from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Drug products that have been exposed to flood water or any unsafe water may become contaminated and should be thrown out. Check all of your drugs for water contamination including drugs that have been removed from their original packaging and stored in pill organizers or other containers. Throw out any drugs that may have been contaminated, including pills, liquids, drugs for injection, inhalers, and skin drugs. To learn more, call CDC at 800-CDC-INFO.

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Check all drugs. Discard any that may have been contaminated by unsafe water. For more information: 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636) or http://go.usa.gov/jvZexternal icon

You can use lifesaving drugs stored clean and safe if they look normal and dry. For more information: 800-CDC-INFO (800-232-4636) or http://go.usa.gov/jvZexternal icon

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Check all drugs. Discard any that may have been contaminated by unsafe water. More info from CDC 800-232-4636 or http://go.usa.gov/jvZexternal icon

You can use lifesaving drugs stored clean and safe if they look normal and dry. Call 1-800-232-4636 or http://go.usa.gov/jvZexternal icon

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