Guidance for veterinary practices in assessing emergency and urgent care during the Covid-19 pandemic

During the Covid-19 lockdown veterinary surgeries are only providing urgent and emergency care. BVA have developed a guide, endorsed by many partner organisations including VMG, for vets in clinical practice to help them consider whether cases are urgent, emergency, or routine.

Please note that this advice is intended as guidance only and veterinary practices may vary in their approach due to individual circumstances.

BVA Guidance for veterinary practices in assessing emergency and urgent care during the Covid-19 pandemic

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