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COVID-19 Resources


As COVID-19 continues to be part of our lives, the AAAAI remains committed to providing you with resources that will help you navigate the course. Our comprehensive set of resources includes the latest information on virus variants, talking to your patients about the COVID-19 vaccines, vaccine reactions, and more.

Note: All pages show the most current information at the top.

The NEW recommendations for isolation are: isolate until 1) symptoms are improving over the last 24 hours, and 2) afebrile for the last 24 hours without medication. After isolation, additional precautions are recommended as outlined on this page: Respiratory Virus Guidance ( - March 1, 2024

These new guidelines apply to patients, not health care staff. CDC’s Core Infection Prevention and Control Practices for Safe Healthcare Delivery in All Settings | Infection Control | CDC

Additional precautions: Risk Factors for Severe Illness from Respiratory Viruses | Respiratory Illnesses | CDC


COVID-19 Vaccines and Treatments

Check this section regularly for new developments related to vaccines and treatments for COVID-19. With studies showing that patients trust their personal physicians, allergists are in a position to discuss the risks and benefits of getting vaccinated with their patients, especially considering the unique expertise of the allergist in evaluating allergic reactions to vaccines, as well as in recognizing and treating anaphylaxis. 

NIH Treatment Guidelines

Virus Tracking and Epidemiology       Vaccines       Testing

Treatment      Practice       Long COVID

Additional Resources      Archive

COVID-19 Information in AAAAI Resources


JACI In Practice COVID