Health Canada recalls another hand sanitizer amid novel coronavirus pandemic, saying product has been determined to be counterfeit
In a recall notice issued on Sunday, Health Canada said a counterfeit version of Daily Shield hand sanitizer was found for sale at a Dollarama store in Thunder Bay, Ont.
The agency said the recalled product was sold in a 250ml container, had a lot number 6942 and an expiration date of May 2023
« Since the counterfeit version of Daily Shield Hand Sanitizer is not licensed and manufactured with an unknown formulation, it may not be effective in killing bacteria and viruses, and may pose serious health risks. » , indicates the notice
The counterfeit product is also suspected of containing methanol, an ingredient that is not permitted for use in hand sanitizers
According to Health Canada, the product may have been sold in Dollarama stores across the country
« Health Canada confirms full list of locations where product has been sold, » says advisory
Dollarama has agreed to stop selling the product in its stores in Canada while the investigation continues
« Consult your health care provider if you have used this product and have any health or safety concerns, » states the advisory
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