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Animal Health & Safety and the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine is a microcosm of FDA for animals – we regulate drugs, food, and devices for pets, livestock, zoo animals and others. Although COVID-19 is understood to primarily be a human disease, CVM and its stakeholders are experiencing the impact of the outbreak in other ways.

This page compiles information and resources available to industry members and consumers on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and animal health and safety.

For additional information, see FDA's Frequently Asked Questions about Animals, Pets and Animal Drug Products (En Español) or visit FDA's main page Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

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FDA Resources

USG Resources

  • Coronavirus.gov
    Information curated by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Task Force at the White House.
  • CDC.gov
    Public health and safety information and for the overarching medical and health provider community.
  • USA.gov
    A catalog of U.S. government activities related to COVID-19.

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How to Help

  • If you have medical supplies or equipment to donate, please provide the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) details on what you are offering through the FEMA online medical supplies and equipment form.
  • To sell medical supplies or equipment to the federal government, please submit a price quote under the COVID-19 PPE and Medical Supplies Request for Quotation
  • If you are a private company that wants to produce a product related to the COVID response – email nbeoc@max.gov.
  • For additional information on how to help, visit FEMA’s How to Help webpage
  • If you are a hospital or healthcare provider in need of medical supplies, please contact your state, local, tribal or territory department of public health and/or emergency management agency.

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Note: Contacting FDA about the same issue through multiple communications channels will not lead to a faster reply; in fact, it may delay FDA response by increasing the number of inquiries that need to be processed. 

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