Email Scam Alert
CDA has been notified by other state dental associations of an email scam that is targeting their members. The email has the subject line “Terry Recovery,” includes an association logo, and appears to be coming from the association’s email domain. This email is a scam and should be deleted immediately.
This toolkit was created to help dentists and the dental team understand currently available information about the COVID-19 vaccine, its distribution landscape and the process for vaccine administration as a licensed dentist. Additionally, this toolkit provides best practices and resources for dentist employers who have questions about the vaccine and their staff.
DISCLAIMER: Please note that the information and any suggestions contained in this resource represent the experience and opinions of CDA. This communication does not constitute and should not be considered a substitute for legal, financial or other advice provided by licensed professionals. For that, you must consult your own attorney, accountant or other professional advisor.
Find key facts regarding the COVID-19 vaccines currently available.
Learn more about how the COVID-19 vaccines were approved.
Learn how and when dental practitioners will be able to obtain the vaccine.
Understand best practices regarding employee vaccination, including vaccine policies, employer mandates and employee vaccine reactions.
Get tips and templates for preparing a meeting agenda and facilitating staff training on COVID-19 vaccination.
CDA answers questions received during the Dentist Vaccinator Webinar held Feb. 4 with the California Department of Public Health. Questions relate to vaccinator training, liability and volunteering.
Registration to administer the COVID-19 vaccines is limited to existing sites in local counties. CDA will keep members apprised when the vaccine registration process commences statewide.
Dentists are now required to complete one CDC-hosted training course instead of the previously required four courses. Read the troubleshooting guide and find out where to access these free, online training modules.
Get answers to commonly asked questions regarding the emergency public health waiver issued by the Department of Consumer Affairs.