POPULATION HEALTH COLLOQUIUM COVID HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS
Colloquium attendees, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors who join us onsite come to connect, learn, know more and do more business, effectively, safely and with confidence. With this goal in mind, the Colloquium has established the following COVID Health and Safety Protocols:
- The Colloquium requires that proof of vaccination be presented at time of check-in at the Colloquium.
- Individuals may provide digital or printed documentation of vaccination status.
- A negative COVID-19 test will not be accepted as a substitute for being fully vaccinated.
- If you are not fully vaccinated or prefer not to be vaccinated, as an alternative to onsite attendance we are again offering the Colloquium as a fully virtual event.
- While masks may not be required at the Colloquium, we support your choice to wear a mask if you prefer.
- Masks will be available at the Colloquium registration desk if you would like to wear one as a precaution.
- Sanitizer stations and disposable facemasks will be available in clearly marked areas.
- In accordance with government guidance and local mandates, the Colloquium will follow applicable standards for crowd density, social distancing, and face mask or covering restrictions.
- Social Distancing Signage will be provided in areas that could lead to close contact.
- High touch areas will have increased cleaning, including bathrooms, handrails, door handles, elevator buttons, and countertops.
- Attendees will be offered the opportunity to display their comfort level with social interaction by providing at the registration desk optional color-coded bands: green (open to all social interactions); yellow (fist bumps okay); red (prefers social distancing).
- For further hotel protocols go to https://cdn.loewshotels.com/loewshotels.com-2466770763/cms/pressroom/a_2022_loews_hotels_health_safety_protocols.pdf
- This Colloquium COVID Policy is subject to change as required by revised government guidance and local mandates and to reflect the course of the pandemic.