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Coronavirus (COVID-19) and people living with PI

This resource gives people living with primary immunodeficiencies in a central location to educate themselves on COVID-19. If you have a specific question about your medical care or medications, contact your healthcare provider.

Keeping safe from COVID-19 at IDF in-person events

The health and safety of all participants is of paramount importance to IDF as we return to in-person events.

  • Overall, IDF's guidelines prioritize the health and safety of all attendees and comply with the CDC's recommendations to ensure the success of in-person events. IDF event guidelines follow minimum federal requirements and consider more stringent state and local guidelines and those of the venue to ensure the safety of all attendees.
  • Attendees of the PI Conference will be provided with a choice of lanyard noting their level of social distancing comfort.  
  • While masks are not required, they are encouraged in spaces where social distancing is not possible. If you decide to wear a mask, please choose N95 or KN95 and change as often as needed. Masks will be available.
  • IDF will be measuring the air carbon dioxide levels in the hotel and notifying attendees if levels exceed recommended readings.  
  • Stay home when appropriate: If you have tested positive for COVID-19 (or flu or RSV), are waiting for test results, have symptoms, feel sick or unwell, or have had close contact with a person who has tested positive, please do not attend the PI Conference.  
  • IDF reserves the right to implement additional requirements in the event of a substantial increase in COVID-19 transmission rates in the county or surrounding counties. 

This page contains general medical and/or legal information that cannot be applied safely to any individual case. Medical and/or legal knowledge and practice can change rapidly. Therefore, this page should not be used as a substitute for professional medical and/or legal advice.