COVID-19 resources for the swine industry

COVID-19 and pig viruses – what can we learn?

COVID-19 and pig viruses – what can we learn?

Drs. Marie Culhane and Montse Torremorell, swine influenza experts at the University of Minnesota have been taking a closer look at COVID-19, the human coronavirus impacting our lives around the globe and comparing it to the swine viruses we are all familiar with. How does it compare? What can we learn?

Article originally written for pig333.com

 

Practical biosecurity recommendations to prevent COVID-19 in farm workers and allied operations

Practical biosecurity recommendations to prevent COVID-19 in farm workers and allied operations

The Swine Disease Eradication center at the University of Minnesota recently released practical recommendations regarding biosecurity measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in farm workers and other allied operations.

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 On 04/15/2020, Dr. Montse Torremorell gave a webinar sponsored by the National Pork Board and she made her slides available for downloading:

Practical recommendations webinar slides

COVID-19: A biosecurity threat like nothing seen before

COVID-19: A biosecurity threat like nothing seen before

Drs. Montse Torremorell and Jeff Bender from the College of Veterinary Medicine and the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota share an updated document about biosecurity measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

 

Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center

Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center

UMASH has developed its own set of resources to help farmers during the COVID-19 outbreak.