ADA Exploring Virtual Options for 2020 Meeting

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The ADA and Florida Dental Association have decided that their ADA FDC 2020 meeting, originally scheduled for October 15 to October 18 in Orlando, will not be an in-person event. The organizations report that they are currently exploring virtual options and will share more information as it becomes available.

The ADA further said that it made this decision after extensive research, careful deliberation, and feedback from its members and past attendees. Also, the ADA said, it will soon decide whether or not the ADA House of Delegates will meet in person.

As a science-based organization, the ADA said, the health, safety, and well-being of its members, attendees, staff, and exhibitors are its top priorities. Updates will be posted online. For more information, the ADA added, email

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