We encourage you to monitor this page to stay abreast of the latest updates on health and safety protocols for this AAFP event.
The safety of meeting attendees is AAFP’s top priority. We believe the most effective way to ensure the safety of all attendees is for them to be vaccinated against COVID-19, and we encourage all attendees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before attending.
Please note that proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of the meeting will be required for all in-person meeting attendees. If you prefer, proof of full vaccination may be substituted for the PCR test at your option.
A person is considered fully vaccinated:
Attendees should be aware that, while AAFP will make every effort to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission on-site, it is possible that attendees will come in contact with people in airports, hotels, and around the meeting facility who could potentially carry the virus, which is why AAFP is requiring attendees to provide proof of a negative PCR test or be fully vaccinated for their own safety, as well as the safety of others.
Prior to arriving on-site, attendees will be asked to provide proof that they have had a negative PCR test within 72 hours prior to the start of the meeting or are fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved by FDA. AAFP will be contracting with a third-party vendor to manage the verification process and to make your entry to the meeting faster, safer, and more secure.
Uploading your proof of negative PCR test or vaccination must be done in advance of the meeting. Once your documentation is uploaded and verified, a green health pass will be issued. Your green health pass must be presented for inspection upon arrival at the meeting before access is granted. Detailed instructions and information will be provided soon to registrants. No one without advance verification of negative PCR test or full vaccination status as outlined will be allowed to attend the event, and AAFP will not be responsible for any expenses incurred by attendees without such verification.
AAFP encourages attendees to visit their hotel’s website or contact the hotel for the most up-to-date health and safety information specific to that hotel.
AAFP is monitoring the CDC’s travel guidelines, state, and local guidelines closely and will update this page with new information as it becomes available.
These protocols may be revised at any time for any reason as the AAFP deems appropriate or advisable based on local or national conditions.