Advice for companion animal practitioners during the COVID-19 outbreak

Advice for pet owners for visiting your vet during the COVID-19 outbreak

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    • 30/03/2020
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    COVID-19 and Veterinary Activities designated as Essential

    COVID-19 and Veterinary Activities designated as Essential

    World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and the World Veterinary Association (WVA) have published a joint statement about essential veterinary activities in the time of pandemic COVID-19, as many governments have taken restrictive measures to close non-essential businesses. They highlight the specific veterinary activities which are key to ensure a continuum in food safety, disease

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    • 25/03/2020
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    #WeAreInThisTogether

    #WeAreInThisTogether

    Dear veterinary clinicians. We are facing challenging times trying to provide health care to pets while protecting ourselves and our clients. We are also aware that the coronavirus pandemic will create a substantial economic loss in our profession. FECAVA would like to invite you to create a short video clip (10-20 sec) on how you

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    • 18/03/2020
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    Advice for companion animal practitioners during the COVID-19 outbreak

    Advice for companion animal practitioners during the COVID-19 outbreak

    Let clients call you so you can decide which visits have priority. All staff should wear protective equipment (aligned with national advice from health authorities). All staff to wash hands regularly and thoroughly (after each pet or owner contact) and avoid touching their eyes, nose, and mouth. Keep at least 2-metres distance from other people; avoid contact (handshaking). Make appointments by phone

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    • 18/03/2020
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    Advice for pet owners for visiting your vet during the COVID-19 outbreak

    Advice for pet owners for visiting your vet during the COVID-19 outbreak

    Make an appointment by phone or on-line. Before going to the vet, call for advice. Call you vet beforehand, some vets only see urgent cases. Only one healthy adult person should accompany the pet. After arrival, wait outside and follow instructions from the staff. Disinfect your hands when entering if the disinfectant is at disposal. Avoid contact (no handshaking) and keep at least 2 metres

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