health certificate


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health certificate

a statement signed by a health care provider that attests to the state of health of a person.

health cer·ti·fi·cate

(helth sĕr-tifi-kăt)
An official statement issued by a physician giving the state of health of a patient.

health certificate

An official statement signed by a physician attesting to the state of health of a particular individual.
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In its follow-up investigation, the CFS found that in the past year (from last October till now), a total of 10 consignments of products (including the consignment of product involved in the complaint) were pet food and had been exported from Brazil to Hong Kong by the exporter listed on the health certificate concerned.
Your pet's health certificate from the Ministry of Environment and Water
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Mally will stay at the Munich shelter at the teen icon's expense until he gets a health certificate, which confirms that the animal is free of any disease.
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Trotman cautioned that: "All commercial shipments of live animals and animal products must be accompanied by an Export Health Certificate issued by the UK's Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)".
About 10 years ago, a technical college in Wisconsin developed a public health certificate program.
The authorities in Ireland yesterday responded to a series of interim protection measures adopted by the EU Commission by announcing that horses travelling from Britain must be accompanied by a Defra-obtained animal health certificate.
A report to the planning committee of Rugby Borough Council says if a health certificate is provided it is not necessary for the council to further consider the risks.