Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a debilitating viral infection and, to date , 628,903 people have died from it, numbers that cannot yet be compared to the 50 million who died in the 1918 flu pandemic . As COVID-19 became better understood, cardiovascular manifestations associated with it were identified . This led to a complete healthcare restructuring with virtual clinics and changes to the triaging of critically ill patients . There are a lot of questions over how COVID-19 affects patients with heart failure (HF) as this condition is a leading cause of cardiovascular death . This review describes the cardiovascular implications of COVID-19 and new practices surrounding the use of telehealth to follow up and triage patients with HF . Current practices supported by medical societies, the role of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors and, finally, a brief note regarding the management of advanced HF patients will also be discussed.