COVID-19 cases leave Colo. animal clinic short-staffed


A veterinary clinic in Pueblo, Colo., has had to drastically reduce services after five employees developed SARS-CoV-2 infections, and all unvaccinated staff had to be sent home to self-isolate, says veterinarian Tiffany Barr-Ashby, whose father co-founded the clinic in 1978. The clinic now has only enough staff to handle animals already in their care, along with some emergency cases and assistance with critical food or medicine needs, Dr. Barr-Ashby says.

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