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The soap has been widely used by people with the infection in hospitals in the United Kingdom, but is now being banned by the Government in a bid to keep the outbreak under control.
The Government has announced it will phase out the soap and will be replacing it with an alternative brand of anti-Tuberculosis cream.
“I can assure you, when you use the soap, the skin will feel much better, you will not need to wear masks and it will stop the spread,” Health Minister Jo Swinson said.
“We are confident the use of this new soap will stop a large part of the outbreak, and we’re also confident that it will prevent any further infections from occurring.”
The Government is also planning to make the medication more widely available in Australia.
The Food and Drug Administration is now monitoring the product to make sure it is safe.
It is being sold as Gelsun, a brand which is not approved for use in Australia and is currently being tested in Australia to determine whether it is suitable for use there.
The soap is available in pharmacies in Australia but in Britain it is only available online, but the Government is planning to have it available in hospitals later this year.
The announcement comes after the UK Government introduced legislation last week that will require the company that manufactures the anti-TB soap to carry out tests on its products to ensure they are safe for use.
In the UK, the new legislation requires Gelsuns new anti-viral soap to be tested for the presence of T. tuberculosis, a new coronavirus that is linked to the spread of the coronaviruses coronaviral and respiratory diseases.
The legislation also requires Gellsuns products to be manufactured in a laboratory that tests for the coronivirus.
It also requires the company to test its products for the other three coronavirets.
The new legislation came after Gelsos UK distributor Boots said it would not sell the anti-(T)therapy gel in the UK until further notice.
The company said in a statement it had been unable to contact Boots regarding the changes and that it would continue to work with the Government.
“We are disappointed that the Government has made these changes, but we will continue to sell the gel,” Boots said.
However, Boots also said that it had not changed its policy regarding the use and distribution of the anti T-therapy product.
Boots has said it is working closely with the UK Department of Health to implement the legislation.
Gelsuns products are currently available in the U.K., the United States and Germany, but it is not yet clear if the Government plans to introduce a similar ban on the anti toxical products in Australia, or if Gelsons products will still be available in other countries.