If you are attending in-person and feel unwell, you should not attend the in-person events. Speak with the IC3 team who will have video conference arrangements in place so that you can attend or deliver presentations remotely.
What about handshaking and other forms of physical contact?
Delegates are encouraged to maintain strict social distancing while interacting with other delegates. Handshaking, hugging, and other forms of direct physical contact are discouraged.
What kind of masks are allowed?
Delegates should cover their noses and mouths with an N95 mask, a surgical mask, or a cotton mask. Handkerchiefs or scarves may not provide appropriate safety.
In addition to wearing a mask, what are the other safety precautions I should take?
In addition to wearing a mask, we encourage that you take the following precautions for your safety: Use other personal protective equipment as needed Maintain social distancing Wash hands with soap and water frequently Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or use the inside of your elbow, throw used tissues in the trash, immediately wash hands with soap and ... Read More
As an attendee, how do I fulfill my responsibility to ensure a healthy and safe environment?
As an attending delegate, we encourage you to take the following measures to ensure a healthy and safe environment for others around you: Wear a mask at all times, making sure the nose and mouth remain covered Use other personal protective equipment as needed Maintain social distancing Wash hands with soap and water frequently Cover coughs and sneezes with a ... Read More
Do I need to quarantine myself as soon as I arrive in the conference city?
Quarantine and other requirements will be determined based on the prevailing local and national policies closer to the conference.
Do we need to show a negative COVID-19 report to enter the conference hotel?
Delegates will have to provide either the final vaccine certificate from a minimum of 15 days prior, or a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test report, from no more than 48 hours before checking in at the conference venue. An onsite attestation will also be required by each delegate confirming that he/she has not been exposed to anyone who was COVID-19 positive ... Read More
Will there be on the spot COVID-19 testing available at the conference hotel?
Testing at the conference venue may be available, depending upon the prevailing environment at the time of the conference.
Do I need a vaccine to attend the conference in-person?
While getting a vaccine is not mandatory to attend the conference in person, delegates will have to provide either the final vaccine certificate from a minimum of 15 days prior, or a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test report, from no more than 48 hours before checking in at the conference venue. An onsite attestation will also be required by each delegate ... Read More
How are health and safety measures being enforced?
In addition to strict compliance with local and national laws and policies, as well as those imposed by the Organizer, the conference venue itself, and any other accommodation, health and safety protocols may include a written attestation by each person each day confirming that he or she has not tested positive or possibly been exposed to the COVID-19 virus or ... Read More
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