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Timeline PhotosAnimal and human health experts agree there is no evidence that domesticated animals spread COVID-19 to people. Person-to-person is still believed to be the primary means of spread for COVID-19.
The AVMA has provided this excellent pet care planning sheet to help you prepare to care for your pets no matter what us humans face.

For more information about our hospital protocols during COVID-19, visit this page on our website: ow.ly/IcpF50z9h6j

For more information from The AVMA on COVID-19, visit their website: avma.org/coronavirus
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Check out SMARTMA.ORG/RESOURCES for links to resources to help families prepare go kits for their pets.As we continue to closely monitor #COVID19, we've developed a series of frequently asked questions the AVMA has received. Here's how you can prepare for your pet's care should you contract COVID-19. Find more info like this in our FAQs ➡️ bit.ly/38WbgFi ... See MoreSee Less

Check out SMARTMA.ORG/RESOURCES for links to resources to help families prepare go kits for their pets.

Timeline PhotosAre you worried about your pet during the coronavirus outbreak? At this time, there’s no evidence that pets can get sick from the virus or spread the virus in the United States. COVID-19 spreads mostly from person to person through respiratory droplets when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Learn the steps you should take to keep yourself, your family, and your community safe: bit.ly/33DJ8Wt ... See MoreSee Less

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Timeline PhotosThere are seats available for Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) course in April at the Athol Fire Department.

The CERT Train the Trainer Course prepares participants to deliver the CERT Basic Training Course in local jurisdictions.
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When your smoke detector turns 10 years old (7-10 yrs), it is time to replace it! When you go to change the battery tonight or tomorrow morning, take a few extra minutes and take the whole unit down. On the back is a manufacturing date. Check it out! The same goes for CO detectors!! ... See MoreSee Less

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