For local public health agencies and healthcare providers only:
For general questions about COVID-19:
May 13, 2022: Potentially Significant Drug Interactions, including Contraindicated Drugs (PAXLOVIDTM)
March 14, 2022: Oral COVID-19 medication
December 29, 2021: Federal CMS guidance on omnibus COVID-19 health care staff vaccination interim final rule
December 21, 2021: Pfizer Vaccine Shelf-Life Extension
December 20, 2021: Increase in vaccine reimbursement for Health First Colorado Medicaid members
December 15, 2021: Virtual Grand Rounds: The latest on Omicron and Crisis Standards of Care
With the onset of colder weather and the introduction of the new omicron variant of COVID-19, the Colorado Medical Society would like to remind you what you can do for yourself and your loved ones to minimize the risk of becoming infected. We also encourage businesses and workplaces to adopt policies and procedures that will best protect both their workforces and the public.
In the interest of clarity and brevity, here is a list of essential actions you can take to protect yourself and others from getting ill with COVID-19:
Indoor places where you must take off your face covering, such as restaurants and bars, and places where you may be indoors for a longer period of time with people of unknown vaccination status, such as theaters, concert halls and some workplaces, have been shown to be areas of high risk of infection transmission. Because of this, mandatory or voluntary policies requiring proof of vaccination, face coverings, adequate ventilation and appropriate distancing are examples of best practices.
Stay safe, and have a wonderful and healthy holiday season!