As always, we will have a virtual option for those who are unable to travel. If you are really worried about contracting the virus and have health concerns, STAY HOME. However, if you tell your wife you’re coming, but then go to Vegas or the Bahamas and log in virtually, we WILL rat you out.
If you feel sick or know you’ve been directly exposed to the virus leading up to the event, please do NOT attend this event in person!!! This is particularly important if you travel here and wake up one of the mornings with a fever, sore throat or any other symptoms of COVID. Please, please, please do not ignore ANY symptoms and do NOT come into the venue or interact with others. If you do travel here and wake up with symptoms, we’ll help you find a testing center and/or make plans to get back home safely.
At the time of this writing, the hotel does not require the wearing of masks in all public spaces. Feel free to wear a mask at your table, but again, we won’t require masks to be worn in the main ballroom. If the laws or hotel requirements change, we will comply with whatever rules are in place, and will notify you of such changes to safety protocols when we are made aware.
Any questions regarding their safety protocols related to COVID should be directed to the event hotel since we cannot provide answers about what they are doing (or not doing) other than what they are posting on their website as an assurance to all of us.
You can view Omni Hotel’s Safe And Clean Policies Here: www.omnihotels.com/omni-safe-and-clean
Because we cannot disclose, share or publish private medical information we discover about our event attendees (or anyone else), we will NOT be doing contact tracing and notifications of any kind to attendees regarding people who later discovered they tested positive for COVID after arriving home from this event. If you attend the event and believe you may have exposed people while there, you are free to notify those who you were in close contact with. This is entirely up to you because we cannot know who you were in contact with at the event, whether or not you contracted it at the event (or somewhere else) and if you passed it on to someone while at the event. Bottom line, we are all aware of the risks associated with travel and being around other people at this time. Again, if this is a big concern for you, we recommend attending the event virtually.
As you are aware, this is a dynamic situation, and anything can change last-minute. Ultimately, we will comply with laws put in place, which may be different than what are outlined here. We will keep you updated on any new developments as we draw closer to the event. If you have any questions or concerns, please drop an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Technology Marketing Toolkit, Inc.