As people venture outside to get fresh air and exercise during the COVID-19 pandemic, experts, including Professor Sam Telford, spoke with the Worcester Telegram & Gazette about the risk of ticks and tick-borne illness as well as preventative measures individuals can take.
Dean Alastair Cribb shares that Cummings School sent all four of its mechanical ventilators to Tufts Medical Center and oxygen tanks to regional hospitals. He said Tufts’ veterinary school is prepared to donate more supplies and equipment, such as specialized kidney dialysis equipment.
The dean of Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine discusses how the veterinary profession can help during the COVID-19 pandemic The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic makes these unprecedented times for global health. It reminds us that infectious… Read More
Colleges and universities must take a leadership role in relieving the unprecedented stress of COVID-19 on our health-care system The quickly expanding COVID-19 outbreak in the United States is soon expected to outstrip the capacity… Read More
There has been a preliminary report that a dog in Hong Kong has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. This, however, has not been independently verified. According to the CDC, no animals in the United… Read More