What safety measures will be taken to promote health and safety?
We will be working at a variety of levels to keep everyone involved with our conference safe and healthy, including:
Will the COVID case numbers continue to be this high in March?
Based on current conditions, most experts believe the case numbers will drop dramatically by March. In fact, an independent population health research organization based at the University of Washington School of Medicine, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), provides very specific predictions based on current trends. That prediction estimates that as a state, California will pass the peak case rate before the end of January and that cases will continue to fall dramatically through February. According to their prediction model, by March 2022, the case numbers in the state will be nearing the lowest case count we have experienced.
What if I am feeling sick?
Please do not travel or attend the conference if you are not feeling well prior to the conference. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if that happens.
If you start to feel sick or to display COVID-19 symptoms during the conference, remain in your hotel room and notify CalSPRA by emailing email@example.com. You can also plan to travel with an at-home COVID test in case symptoms arise during your time in Sacramento. You can sign up for your household’s four test allocation at https://special.usps.com/testkits.
What if I have to cancel for another reason?
We can provide refunds only up until February 28th. After that date, we are unable to provide refunds as we will have contracted with the venue for food and beverage service based on total conference registrations by this date.
Thank you for your cooperation as we work to bring you the very best in professional development and networking in a safe and healthy environment.