The American College Health Association has prepared these guidelines to help college health staff and campus administrators prepare for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and related issues on their campuses. The guidelines are intentionally broad so that each institution, small or large, can modify them based on existing campus and local resources. Moreover, each institution should seek guidance and coordination from their local and state public health agencies.
The Texas Dental Association (TDA) respectfully requests that Texas dental practices be authorized to fully open and fully treat patients as soon as possible in accordance with the following strict infection control guidelines and office protocols which are designed to protect patients, dentists, and the members of the dental team.
These guidelines have been reviewed and approved by the Texas Dental Association, Texas Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Texas Association of Orthodontists, Texas Society of Periodontists, and Texas Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.
Farmers markets are a valuable resource for food supplies during times when social distancing is required. They are considered essential businesses, similar to grocery stores. Farmers markets are encouraged to operate if they are able to implement required social distancing and sanitation measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Contact your local health department for additional information specific to your farmers market.
The purpose of this document is to provide relevant information and guidelines on the COVID-19 pandemic for pharmacists and the pharmacy workforce, both in a primary care context (i.e. community pharmacies and primary healthcare facilities) and in hospital settings.