COVID-19 Resources

Our goal over the next few months is to do all we can to help support our industry in the face of this crisis. Our focus will be on providing you with information you need to protect your business, your employees and your customers. 

Below you will find a list of resources that are available at this time.   We will update and add to this list as more information becomes available.  

A message from UVSA Executive Director, Jackie King. 


Centers for Disease Control Resources 

World Health Organization (WHO) Guidance


National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Resources 


 Families First Coronavirus Response Act


CARES Act - Paycheck Protection Program -

PPP is a loan program for employers with fewer than 500 employees.  The loans can be provided by any SBA-approved lender and are forgivable to the borrower to the extent that the company retains payroll.  The maximum loan is 2.5-times the employers’ average salary, up to a maximum of $10 million, for a term not to exceed 10 years.  There is very good information on the full details of this program available from several sources, links below.


Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)  

Published guidelines on essential goods and services  -You should of course review these guidelines to see if your commodity line is covered.

 Questions on this matter should be sent to [email protected]


Animals & COVID-19


OSHA Guidance for Employers  


COVID-19 Restriction Tracking – State by State


FMSCA Updates – Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration


 Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center


IRS Filing and Payment Deadlines - Questions and Answers 


Webinars 

Virox Webinars-

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) in veterinary and animal group settings: Protecting people and animals
  • COVID-19: Best Practice Strategies Before, During and After the Pandemic 

UVSA Webinars-  
(All UVSA webinars are available to members only.  You must have your username and password to access the content.)

  • Overall State of Policy & Regulatory Affairs in Veterinary World since COVID-19 - Mark Cushing, Animal Policy Group