Frequently Asked Questions
TRAVEL & TESTING
I’m coming from outside the United States – what are the requirements for entry?
Starting June 12, 2022, CDC no longer requires travelers from a foreign country entering the US to show a negative covid test or
documentation of recovery. Before departure review the current CDC guidelines or check with your airline for more information.
I’m coming from outside the United States, what is the policy for me to return to my country of origin?
If traveling internationally, check with your country of origin for details about entry requirements and restrictions for arriving travelers. Follow all entry requirements for your destination and provide any required or requested health information. If you do not
follow your destination’s requirements, you may be denied entry.
I need to have a COVID-19 PCR test before I return home. Where do I do that?
We recommend contacting the conference venue directly for nearby testing facilities or visit the CDC website for a directory of state health departments. These local health departments will have the latest information on testing facilities. Appointments may be required, and the type of viral COVID-19 tests may differ by location.
What should I do if I test positive during or after attending the conference?
In the unlikely event that you test positive for COVID-19 during or following participation in our conference, we would appreciate being informed.
Please get in touch with Pam Gerardi, Director, Client Relations email@example.com.
Should I get a COVID-19 test after attending the event?
We encourage any attendee that exhibits COVID-19 symptoms to reach out to their healthcare provider and receive a test.
ATTENDING IN PERSON
Is there anything special I need to bring with me to the event?
You may want to bring a mobile device or laptop to join in some of our virtual sessions and speaker Q&As (please make sure your devices are fully charged;
we do our best to make outlets available but cannot guarantee them).
How should we greet and meet our fellow attendees?
This one is up to you. Please follow your personal comfort level and respect the boundaries of your fellow attendees. Handshakes, waves and elbow bumps all welcome.