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AVMA is offering answers and guidance on COVID-19 in a new format: a webinar featuring two of the leaders championing efforts to navigate the coronavirus pandemic.
In some places where non-essential businesses have been told to close, employees may need documentation that shows they work for essential businesses. AVMA has a template that will help.
The consumer alert followed the death of an Arizona man who ingested chloroquine phosphate.
A new case management flow chart provides practical guidance to manage clinical cases while implementing social distancing to minimize COVID-19 exposure.
New materials on our COVID-19 webpage include guidelines for conserving PPE, advice for mobile and house call veterinarians, wellbeing tips, and shareable social media images.
AVMA is committed to keeping the veterinary community informed during the COVID-19 emergency. Read the latest email update sent to AVMA members.
A package of measures intended to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 emergency has been approved by Congress and awaits the president’s signature.
As states grapple to confront COVID-19, AVMA urges authorities to recognize veterinary practices as essential businesses, and ensure veterinary access to needed medical supplies.
The United States Pharmacopeia (USP), which sets pharmaceutical standards that apply to both human and veterinary medicine, will consider the AVMA’s resolution requesting the development of veterinary-specific standards for drug compounding.
AVMA is committed to provide useful guidance and reliable, factual information to help the veterinary community, veterinary practices, clients and patients through the COVID-19 crisis. Read the email we sent Sunday evening to AVMA members.