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Compliance with any COVID-19 safety protocols for all event participants will be mandatory. As the situation continues to change, SRNA will review current public health guidelines, seek input from our medical and scientific council members, and may update safety measures accordingly. SRNA reserves the right to request event attendees adhere to these measures. All event registrants will be notified of updates or changes. Detailed guidance will be provided leading up to all SRNA events.
As of May 2023, there is no event-wide vaccination policy. Vaccines are still highly recommended.
Face Coverings and Physical Distancing
Face coverings that cover both the nose and mouth and physical distancing are recommended at SRNA events, regardless of vaccination status, and may be required on an event-by-event basis.
Event attendees may be required to complete a COVID-19 test prior to or upon arrival at an SRNA event, or during the event. Testing requirements will be shared with attendees in advance.
All staff, volunteers, and attendees of SRNA sponsored events that require testing will need to report COVID-19 test results to an SRNA representative. Reporting requirements will be shared with attendees in advance.
If you cannot comply with testing or masking requirements due to a disability or a sincerely held religious belief, you may be entitled to reasonable accommodation.
Please contact [email protected] to initiate a request for exemption or for any additional questions.
SRNA reserve the right to cancel events, notifying registrants accordingly, if it is deemed unsafe to gather in-person.