COVID-19 news, education and key sources
Dental Emergency PSA
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These stories from national and local media outlets highlight dental professionals who put themselves on the front line to ensure our health care system meets the needs of people affected by COVID-19.
University of the Pacific hosted a drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination clinic for school staff, students and faculty who are eligible.
There are 36,000 dentists across the state now able to administer the vaccine. However, just because they can, doesn’t mean they will. KCRA 3 asked Stockton dentist and current President of the California Dental Association Dr. Juddee Tippett-Whyte, “Is there the option to opt-out?"
The California Department of Consumers Affairs gave the green light to a public health emergency waiver that will allow dentists to help administer COVID-19 vaccines.
Many dentists welcome an emergency public health waiver that would allow them to administer the COVID vaccine as the rollout has been considered as too slow.
Dentists in California are being tapped to help ramp up the state's coronavirus vaccination efforts as cases continue to surge.
You’ve got questions. CDA has the answers. Here are the top 5 COVID-related questions from CDA members.
Updates from state and national sources.
Dental Board of California
Update on Impacts Related to COVID-19
CA Dept. of Public Health
Office of Public Affairs
State officials announce release of N95 masks
New York Times
Workers who face greatest COVID-19 risk
CDC guidance for COVID-19
Update guidance for resuming deferred and preventative dental care
Interim Infection Prevention and Control Guidance for Dental Settings
COVID-19 Testing Overview