UF Veterinary College’s Efforts Yield Vehicles Loaded With Protective Gear for Front-Line Teams (UF Health Newsroom)

UF Veterinary College’s Efforts Yield Vehicles Loaded With Protective Gear for Front-Line Teams

Before the UF College of Veterinary Medicine was asked by UF Health to donate extra personal protective equipment to health workers responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the college’s leadership team anticipated such a request.

“Maybe a month before everything happened, our internal leadership team, led by Dr. Dana Zimmel, our interim dean, had discussed that veterinarians would likely be tapped to provide equipment such as PPE and even ventilators,” said Chris Adin, D.V.M., chair of the college’s department of small animal clinical sciences. “We were asked to inventory PPE in areas we thought would be useful.”

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