Coronavirus

Coronavirus

Do Meeting Planners Need to Worry About Monkeypox?

Now that the Biden administration has declared monkeypox a public health emergency, do meeting planners need to worry?
testing

Testing is Key for Duty of Care at Meetings

Attend Safe CEO Amanda Schleede shares tips on what planners need to know to ensure safe events.

Cruise Lines Shift Safety Policies As CDC Stops Reporting Cases

After two years of tracking COVID cases on cruise lines, the CDC has ended its cruise line-specific reporting program—and in response, many lines have immediately started loosening COVID protocols.

Is It Time to Mask Up Again?

Once again, meeting organizers are considering—and sometimes reinstating—mask requirements to combat the highly contagious BA.5 variant.
Meetings etiquette

Meetings Etiquette for Post-Pandemic Events

Here are expert tips to meet the meeting etiquette needs of post-pandemic events.

Testing is the Best Defense Against BA.5

With BA.5, a planner's only defense these days is testing, overtaking proof-of-vaccination as a way to ensure attendee health and safety.
IRF

IRF Event Protocols Model Best Practice

The IRF Education Invitational has made its health and safety protocols available as an example of best practice for large gatherings.
Safe F&B

Tips for Safe F&B

Today, as the axis of the food & beverage world has shifted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, safety and cleanliness have taken center stage.
California

California Opens to Meetings of 5,000

California has announced that it will open to big meetings of 5,000 starting in June, raising hopes that other states will soon follow.
GMID

Dominguez at GMID: Floodgates About to Open

All signs are good from here on, Dominguez told the GMID audience, from the ramping up of the vaccine in the U.S. to more than 3 million doses per day
vaccine

Have Vaccine, Ready to Travel

This summer, we will see a historic shift in travel, with leisure travelers who now have had their vaccine driving demand and hotel occupancy continuing its upward trend.
CDC

CDC: Vaccinated People Can Now Fly

Though the CDC gave the green light for fully vaccinated people to fly, it has still not changed its recommendations for everyone else to avoid nonessential travel.
Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico: Lessons in Resilience

After going through political unrest, hurricanes and earthquakes, the Puerto Rico tourism sector had an idea of how to handle a crisis.
digital vaccine passport

NYC, Vegas First to Roll Out Digital Vaccine Passport

New York and Las Vegas are leading the country in the creation of a digital vaccine passport.

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