State-by-State Updates

With the ever-evolving status of COVID-19, especially as it varies from state to state, the AOA has dedicated this resource to providing real-time information around the areas that are of most importance to doctors of optometry and members of the AOA.

This map offers state-by-state resources and information regarding COVID-19, and other issues of importance that may arise.

Please contact Daniel Carey at dcarey@aoa.org.

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