Health Protocols

What is a communicable disease?

A communicable disease is one that is spread from one person to another through a variety of ways that include: contact with blood and bodily fluids; breathing in an airborne virus; or by being bitten by an insect.
What are examples of communicable diseases?
Some examples of communicable diseases include Covid-19, Monkeypox, HIV, hepatitis A, B, and C, measles, salmonella, and blood-borne illnesses, etc.

Dr. Ida Rolf Institute, Coronavirus Covid-19 Response Plan 02262020

Covid-19 Safety Protocols for DIRI Classes

FROM the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute®

DIRI Covid-19 Illness Flowchart
Monkeypox Declared Public Health Emergency
Daily Health Questionnaires are required of all students and faculty prior to coming to class

Questions and Answers on Civil Rights and School Reopening in the COVID-19 Environment 05132021
Reopening Our Practices 04232020
Reopening Our Practices - Addendum 1 04302020
Self-Care Recommendations - Share With your Clients 04072020
Status Update and Connecting with Members 03232020
DIRI Recommendation Regarding COVID-19 and Your Practice 03202020


FROM Colorado and Boulder County
CDC Higher Education Guidance 02152022
Colorado Now
Colorado Department of Education's Information on COVID-19
Boulder County Public Health Department

DPOS Return to Class Guidance
DPOS Guidance for Classrooms, Vaccinations and Social Distancing 05032021


Massage Today Article 08102020
FSMTB Guidelines for Practice 05212020

Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases Interactive Map, by Johns Hopkins University
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)
This link lists every state and COVID status.-


ARCHIVES Dr. Ida Rolf Institute®
DIRI Office 03192020
Notice on COVID-19 03162020
Letter on Class Cancellations and Remote Office 03122020
CO State of Emergency 03102020
Coronavirus Update 03022020
Coronavirus - Letter to Membership 02262020