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A Conversation - Covid-19 and Insurance for Equine Facilities - Shared screen with speaker view
Stacey Carlos
15:28
could people mute mic so there's less feedback, thanks
Deb Provencher
16:05
yes please, I can hear background conversation as well
Deb Provencher
16:51
thanks! :)
Jocelyn Adams
22:54
Please submit any questions for Mike here
Karen Tanchak
33:21
Is there any research on whether the virus would remain on the horse and be transferable. Thinking about grooming and would a second person be vulnerable to groom after a first person?
Stacey Carlos
35:48
provide first aid!
Stacey Carlos
36:56
be prepared - you should be carrying gloves and mask
Julie Balenzano
37:32
Will the document being released provide recommendations for boarders at both self and full board facilities. Will it differentiate?
Stacey Carlos
38:25
thanks Julie
Amy Catton
39:11
We are getting a lot of pressure from coaches about that they have insurance so they SHOULD be allowed to coach. Can this be addressed in the literature that ultimately as you said its up to the facility to make the decision on who is allowed on the property.
Julie Balenzano
43:40
One Q & A made reference to short scheduled visits. Will the document provide recommendations to the number and length of visits a full board facility should allow in a week? I apologize for this being specific. But currently there is no baseline. Some barns are fully closed and others are permitting daily visits.
brianne mensing
47:57
thank you
Stacey Carlos
47:59
thank you
Susie Ramsay-Palley
48:09
thank you!
Karen Tanchak
48:09
Thanks!
Debbie Rogal
48:13
thank you