This page was last updated on April 30, 2021. Our goal is to keep you updated with the information you need to protect your health, the health of your families and practice team, and the health of your patients and clients. Check this page to see how COVID-19 is impacting veterinary professionals in Colorado.

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Looking for information about the vaccine rollout? Click here to visit our vaccine update page.

Timeline: Legal and regulatory updates

Listed below are the latest active executive orders and public health orders relating to COVID-19 and veterinary practices in Colorado.

Other COVID-19 topics

All Coloradans 16+ and older now eligible for vaccines

As COVID-19 vaccines start making their way to Colorado, many veterinarians and veterinary health care workers may be wondering when they may be eligible to receive the vaccine. Where do veterinarians and veterinary health care workers fall in the prioritization lineup? Click here to read more.

Telemedicine executive order expires

Can you use telemedicine to see new or existing patients? Do you need to have an in-person VCPR established first prior to using virtual or digital appointment methods? Visit our telemedicine FAQs page for more information.

Wellbeing resources

It’s important to take care of your physical wellbeing during a crisis…but it’s also equally important to focus on mental health. The wellbeing of Colorado’s veterinary professionals is crucial to our veterinary community. Make sure you are taking care of yourself during this difficult time. Get more tips on how to maintain your mental health.

CVMA member benefits and resources

Many of CVMA’s regular offerings to members can help ease some of the stress and pain associated with COVID-19. Click here to read more about how CVMA’s resources can help you and your practice.

SARS-CoV-2 in animals

On April 22, 2020 the CDC announced the first confirmed cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection in two pet cats in New York. At this time, there is no information available to suggest that pets might infect people with coronavirus. Read our FAQs about SARS-Co-V2 in animals.

COVID-19 exposure: What to do if your practice is exposed

Keeping your staff, clients, patients, and self safe during COVID-19 is crucial. CVMA has gathered a robust collection of tips and resources for minimizing exposure in your practice. Click to read our tips and FAQs for minimizing COVID-19 exposure.