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AVMA has developed a suite of resources to help you understand the relief programs and allow you to decide how best to use them for your individual situation. The AVMA COVID-19 legislation and regulations page has detailed information to help you understand how the federal relief measures affect you, your team, and your business: Small business loans New tax provisions for small businesses Pandemic unemployment insurance Federal student loan payments and interest Federal agency announcements Addressing contractual obligations - Find considerations for addressing financial obligations to vendors and suppliers when business operations are reduced due to...

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With the news being released on April 22, 2020, of two house cats from NY having their tests for COVID-19 being confirmed as positive from the National Veterinary Science Laboratory the concern of cats being a source of infection for humans and other cats has once again ramped up. "There is no need to become concerned or consider having all pets tested for the virus," states Pet Pantry Medical Director and Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association's Immediate-Past President, Dr. Bryan Langlois. "Most everyone in the veterinary and research community expected that eventually...

With the news being released on April 22, 2020, of two house cats from NY having their tests for COVID-19 being confirmed as positive from the National Veterinary Science Laboratory the concern of cats being a source of infection for humans and other cats has once again ramped up. "There is no need to become concerned or consider having all pets tested for the virus," states Pet Pantry Medical Director and Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association's Immediate-Past President, Dr. Bryan Langlois. "Most everyone in the veterinary and research community expected that eventually...

We are receiving many questions regarding safety measures to follow for businesses to maintain in-person operations from PA's Department of Health (DOH). The DOH has provided some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to answer questions you may have to continue running your essential business. Page 9 addresses social distancing and veterinary medicine. See excerpt below: Q. With veterinarian workers not being characterized as health care workers how can they continue to function with social distancing? A. Veterinary offices should comply with all aspects of the Order while attempting to utilize social distancing. It...

Our first Financial Focus webinar series was held on April 14, 2020. This webinar focused on the financial aspect of COVID-19 federal legislation. Resources: Download presentationPPP Loan Forgiveness Workbook As of April 16, 2020: the SBA has stated on its website that it is officially not accepting any more PPP loan applications. This means that the entirety of the $349 Billion under the PPP has been allocated to loan applicants. ...

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