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Introduction In response to the coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, stay-at-home orders were implemented across the US in March 2020. Following these new guidelines, an increase in background checks and firearm sales was reported

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survey in 2019 reported that they either never (n = 15) or hardly ever (12) used telehealth or telemedicine. 12 The COVID-19 pandemic intensified barriers to veterinary care because of public health–related social distancing and stay-at-home orders

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Introduction Client dissatisfaction in veterinary medicine has received increasing amounts of attention in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, which instantaneously decreased direct interactions between clients and veterinary teams. 1 Further

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Introduction During the COVID-19 pandemic, public health organizations urged for increased use of virtual interactions to help limit person-to-person contact. 1 Telemedicine has been promoted as a critical tool by which health-care needs may

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Like many of you, I have relied on the AVMA to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Across the nation, members of the veterinary profession have been able to turn to the AVMA when they need resources, guidance, and answers to some pretty tough

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flexibility, encouraging veterinarians to remain in the profession. 6 , 7 Despite these inducements, virtual consultations remained largely underutilized in veterinary medicine prior to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, with a 2015 survey of

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Introduction The psychological impacts of disasters, like pandemics, are varied and influenced by the event’s severity and chronicity, as well as available support systems, and can exacerbate existing psychological problems. 1 – 3

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of southern Europe, the US, and the UK in recent years 22 – 26 suggest that leptospirosis could emerge due to increased homelessness following natural disasters and major financial crises, such as that related to the COVID-19 pandemic

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pandemic during 2020 to 2021, questions about the personal and work impacts of the pandemic were included in both the veterinarian and staff surveys. In addition, several questions were included about the work environment and leadership 3 to learn more

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declared the outbreak a public health emergency. The first US death known to be a result of COVID-19 occurred in early February 2020 ( Figure 1 ). On March 11, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. Figure 1 Timeline

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