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California is reopening, but requirements will continue in dental offices. CDA answers dentists' top 8 questions.

CDA members are asking how the state’s reopening will apply to dental practices. Get answers to questions about physical distancing, patient screening, the use of face coverings and other requirements that will continue in health care settings after June 15.

Cal/OSHA withdraws revisions to emergency standards; dental practices should continue to comply with standards that took effect November 2020

The Cal/OSHA Standards Board on June 9 voted to withdraw the revisions to its COVID-19 prevention emergency temporary standards that the board approved June 3 and sent to the Office of Administrative Law for approval. 

Employers must provide respirators to unvaccinated employees under revised Cal/OSHA emergency standards

June 10 update: The Cal/OSHA Standards Board voted to withdraw the revisions to its COVID-19 prevention emergency temporary standards that the board approved June 3 and sent to the OAL for review. Now, the board will propose new revisions that, upon approval, may take effect as early as June 17.