The associations have announced new protective measures for the on-site convention - proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative COVID-19 test, as well as masking and social distancing to be enforced at the convention.
The policy aligns with New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell's Aug. 12 announcement of vaccination/negative test requirements for the city's restaurants, bars and other venues, including Caesars Superdome.
To attend the convention, you must use the convention's registration platform to upload visual proof of vaccination or a negative result to a COVID-19 test dated Oct. 11-14, within 72 hours preceding the start of the convention.No on-site registration will be offered as part of our safety protocols. Register and submit your materials on our registration platform, and read, approve and submit the code of conduct when you receive it.
The vaccination image may be a photo of your completed vaccination card, or it may be an image of vaccination verification from a healthcare provider, educational institution or vaccination passport service or app, such as Common Pass.
On this image, your name and test result/QR code must be clearly visible, and it must be uploaded to the registration system prior to your travel. No materials will be accepted on site.
We've returned to hybrid style meetings. Our monthly meetings are small (less than 100) with a regular selection of Silicon Valley executives.
We've added a registration question requesting the registrant's vaccination completion date but aren't verifying beyond that. We considered asking about comfort level as well, but we figured the RED would register for the online attendance and the yellows would self manage.
We are also requiring masks, keeping folks distanced, etc.