Veterans have multiple resources available for the latest COVID-19 or coronavirus information, from the overall Federal government response to VA resources, rumor control, CDC information, state resource listings, view more details here.
A video message for Veterans from Dr. Richard Stone, VHA Executive in Charge: VA is here for Veterans during COVID-19
VA has always been here for Veterans—and we will continue to be here for you during the COVID-19 crisis. Whether you need a prescription, telemedicine or in-person care, you can rely on VA.
Watch this message from Dr. Richard Stone, Executive in Charge of the Veterans Health Administration and a former U.S. Army combat physician. For the latest VA updates on COVID-19, visit www.va.gov/coronavirus.
Attend virtual National Vietnam War Veterans Day events
National Vietnam War Veterans Day is March 29. Many events have been canceled or postponed to slow the spread of COVID-19 through social distancing.
Veterans are encouraged to stay connected and participate in virtual events. LEARN MORE HERE!
Using VA Video Connect to fight infection
Using video telehealth appointments, you can connect with your VA care teams from anywhere, without traveling and exposing yourself, your family and other Veterans to COVID-19. VA Video Connect enables you and your VA care team to conduct secure, real-time video visits using the camera on your phone, computer or tablet.
Board of Veterans Appeals now holding virtual hearings
Veterans now have the option to participate in their Board of Veterans Appeals hearing from the comfort of their own home.
With nationwide availability of virtual hearing technology, Veterans have greater access to Board hearings–and more choice and control in their appeals process. Get more details here!