On Feb. 25 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revised its mask recommendations, indicating that indoor masks are no longer necessary for most individuals in areas with low COVID-19 community levels. In response, the Association on March 2 released a new resource for members to help dental practices make informed decisions and facilitate conversations over the CDC's latest public indoor masking recommendations. The online resource, "Indoor Masking in Dental Practice Public Spaces," offers answers to questions that dentists, patients and dental team members may have. It also includes sample copy and scripts for printable signs, text messages, phone calls and emails that dental practices can weave into their communications.
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