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The Australasian Veterinary Boards Council (AVBC) invites AVA members to share their thoughts on accreditation standards for entry-level veterinary programs.
An update on research into mask effectiveness, and information about tax deductibility for COVID-19 test expenses.
The COVID-19 Small Business Hardship Scheme will provide reimbursement for eligible businesses in the ACT
42nd Bain Fallon Memorial Lectures to be held on Sunday 17 - Thursday 21 July 2022 at Pullman Hotel Albert Park, Melbourne
Online HUB Webinar Series returns for 2022 discussing topics such as coping with staff shortages, improving efficiency and maximising client compliance.
The NSW State Parliament is investigating animal welfare legislation and companion animal breeding regulation in two current inquiries.
The New South Wales government has unveiled a new $1 billion funding package designed to help support businesses hardest hit by the outbreak of the Omicron COVID-19 variant in the state.
The AVA has been informed that recent testing at has diagnosed West Nile virus – Kunjin strain (WNVKUN) in four foals in NSW.
The Tasmanian government has recognised that ALL veterinary and animal welfare services are highly impacted by COVID, which will assist in allowing veterinary teams to return to work to care for all animals in our community.
Results from the survey on the impact of COVID on the veterinary workforce.
The AVA is working to allow all veterinary workers in Queensland to be classified as critical workers in an effort to ease staff shortages.

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