COVID-19 Resources for Dentists | Washington State Dental Association (WSDA)
COVID-19 Resources for Dentists

Latest COVID-19 News & Updates

WSDA Information & Resources

Members can find Washington-specific COVID-19 information from WSDA below. Please contact WSDA with questions.

Important COVID-19 Information for Washington Dental Offices

WSDA provides members a detailed summary and resources to help comply with the Governor's criteria for continuing non-urgent procedures.
Learn more about Washington state's COVID-19 vaccine requirement for health care workers and volunteering to administer the COVID-19 vaccine.
Learn more about DOSH directives related to mask and respirator requirements for dental offices and other work settings.
See a list of fit testing locations across Washington state.

ADA Information & Resources

Find COVID-19 updates, resources, toolkits and more from the American Dental Association at


Learn the latest on how to protect yourself, your staff and your patients.
Get the information you need to navigate challenges during the pandemic.
Get the latest COVID-19 vaccination guidance and developments.
Customizable patient education materials based on ADA interim guidance.
Get the most recent information on how to apply for and utilize SBA loans.
Catch up on COVID-19 webinars and learning opportunities.
Tips and tools for taking care of yourself in uncertain times.

DOH Information & Resources

Find COVID-19 information specific to Washington State on the DOH COVID-19 page.

Review resources and recommendations for health care providers from the Washington State Department of Health.
Review the COVID-19 Data Dashboard from the Washington State Department of Health.

CDC Resources & Information

Find COVID-19 information on the CDC COVID-19 page.

Review COVID-19 information for health care workers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Review Interim Infection Prevention and Control Recommendations for Healthcare Personnel During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Page updated Jan. 25, 2022. Questions? Please contact us.