COVID-19 Animal Relocation Preparedness Guide
August 18, 2020
Animal relocation programs are some of the most difficult services to reinstate amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you're considering resuming your relocation program, download this guide for recommendations on topics like medical and community preparedness, capacity for care, and transport frequency, plus sample flowcharts and checklists, sample biosecurity measures for drivers, and loading and unloading protocols.
Download the guide and don't forget to watch the accompanying webinar.
Prior to resuming animal relocation programs amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to consider if it is legally permissible to resume, whether the benefits of doing so outweigh the risks, and if so, the scope and readiness of the program to make adjustments that will mitigate both human and animal disease transmission. This guide has been created to help organizations assess the preparedness of their animal relocation program.
This document is being provided for informational purposes only and should not be treated as legal advice. Practices and protocols should be tailored to your specific circumstances, including, but not limited to, ensuring compliance with state and local law.
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