Responding to pandemic panic, consumers rushed to stores to arm themselves with hand sanitizing products. This soaring demand prompted the FDA to lower standards for the production of alcohol-based hand sanitizer products, a move that has subsequently resulted in a list of over 200 hand sanitizer products deemed dangerous for consumer health. With trusted brands back on store shelves, it’s time for FDA to withdraw the temporary guidance that significantly lowered the standards for alcohol-based hand-sanitizers which prompted dangerous products on the market and begin enforcing higher standards.

You can read this full commentary at The Hill.