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ADA Board of Trustees: Dentistry is essential health care – American Dental Association

August 10, 2020 By Mary Beth Versaci The American Dental Association Board of Trustees has adopted an ad interim policy stating dentistry is essential health care to help guide advocacy for the dental profession during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Board established the ad interim policy via a video call July 27, and the House of… Read More »

American Medical Association pledges action against racism, police brutality

During a virtual special meeting of the American Medical Association House of Delegates on Sunday, the AMA Board of Trustees pledged action to confront systemic racism and police brutality in response to the furor that has erupted over the death of George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer. Floyd’s death has sparked… Read More »

American coronavirus cases rise to 53 with six newly-diagnosed people in Texas

American coronavirus cases rise to 53 as five more Diamond Princess cruise evacuees are struck down and World Health Organization warns of ‘global pandemic’ – but Trump insists the US outbreak is ‘under control’ San Antonio, Texas, health officials confirmed another six cases of coronavirus on Monday  Five of the newly-diagnosed Americans were evacuated from… Read More »

Seventh American diagnosed with coronavirus as US declares public health emergency

Seventh American with coronavirus confirmed as the White House declares the global outbreak a public health emergency in the US and closes its border to visitors from China as the illness spreads to more than 11,000 people worldwide A man in Santa Claram California was confirmed to have coronavirus on Friday, bringing the US total… Read More »