Veterinarians have kept their doors open amid the coronavirus pandemic by offering curbside service and telemedicine, accepting verbal in lieu of written consent, intensifying disinfection practices, and taking out loans, according to the AVMA. "Since the beginning of the pandemic, the struggle for veterinarians has been how to provide the essential services of veterinary medicine while protecting themselves, their staff and their clients from the novel coronavirus," said AVMA President Dr. Douglas Kratt.
Veterinarians go the extra mile to keep doors open
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