The Veterinary College Organisation (OCV) organised an event on 22 April to honour the veterinary profession and highlight its essential work for the benefit of public health.
The importance of veterinarians in the protection of society, in the fight against covid-19 and in the One Health approach will be discussed.
The event aims to highlight the work carried out by the collective in different areas such as public health, animal health, food safety, clinical production, environmental management, wildlife control, teaching and research, among others.
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