Health & Safety
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Like you, we recognize the unique and changing impact of the pandemic on our practices, families, and plans. Be confident that AALNC is planning to implement appropriate health and safety protocols for attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and staff on-site at the Annual Forum in Orlando, Florida, USA.
The safety of meeting attendees is AALNC's top priority. As such, we continue to monitor the evolving public health guidance regarding large gathering settings and will to provide regular updates and additional guidance.
The most effective way to ensure the safety of all attendees is for them to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
- Proof of full vaccination will be required for all in-person meeting attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and staff.
Negative COVID-19 Test
- For those with an approved vaccine exemption, a negative PCR test result for COVID-19 will be required within three day of arrival. Requests for exemption must be submitted in writing to email@example.com by April 1, 2022. Attendee will be notified via email, documenting approval and instruction for compliance.
Process for Proof of Vaccination
- AALNC will be partnering with CLEAR for their Health Pass app. All attendees will be required to use CLEAR to provide proof of vaccination. Instructions for how to use CLEAR will be announced closer to the Annual Forum prior to on-site arrival.
- Masks will be required for all indoor events and activities.
On-site Heath and Safety Measures
- Disposable masks, alcohol wipes, and hand sanitizer will be available at registration.
- Social distancing seating will be an option in all situations.
- Session rooms and AV equipment will be disinfected after each session and common areas disinfected continuously. Faculty accreditation, which requires a stringent program for cleaning, disinfection, and infectious disease prevention.
- Food and beverage will be provided in individual packaging when possible (e.g., boxed meals, wrapped snacks) and plated meals will replace buffets.
Resources near the meeting venue and hotels will be identified for attendees to obtain a rapid test for those who experience symptoms on-site and for those who must show proof of a recent negative COVID-19 test in order to board their return flight.
International attendees should always check current travel restrictions to the U.S. on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website before planning your travel, to make sure you will be able to enter the U.S. and return to your home country.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
*Updated as of January 27, 2022