Attention veterinary hospitals worried about making payroll and keeping their doors open: the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) portion of the recently passed CARES Act went into effect today.
Both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health provide online resources for emergency responders and others facing traumatic incident stress. While these resources focus on more acute situations, much of the information applies to veterinary teams working during the pandemic, such as . . .
The CARES Act, passed March 27, is an attempt to provide relief to not only individual Americans and large corporations, but also to small businesses that are struggling from coronavirus-related economic woes. NEWStat breaks it down for you.
How does free legal aid sound? With the global pandemic still in full swing, small businesses need all the help they can get, including legal advice. Free legal aid could be coming to your city—but you might have to wait a while.
Ironically, the Paycheck Protection Program ran out of money on April 15. What’s next for veterinarians?
If you didn’t secure a piece of the billions of dollars in pandemic-related money slated to go to US small businesses, you’ll get another chance in the coming weeks.
More than half of US veterinary practices took out PPP loans to keep their doors open. Then the IRS changed the terms.
Experts have been predicting a fall surge in COVID cases since last spring, and now it's here. How will that impact hospitals?
Congress passed a $900 billion COVID relief bill and stimulus package this week. Here’s how your practice could benefit.
When it comes to reopening a veterinary practice, “There’s no one-size-fits-all approach,” said veterinary epidemiologist J. Scott Weese.