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COVID-19 PROTOCOL

August 3-5, 2022 | Cleveland, Ohio

COVID-19 AND MAICON 2022

Last Updated: 5/25/2022

The health and safety of our attendees, speakers and sponsors remains a top priority, as we continue to navigate the ever-changing health and safety recommendations related to COVID-19. Our operations team is continually monitoring COVID-19 recommendations and requirements in Cleveland and around the world, and will follow any local, state or national regulations. 

Please note that while precautions will be taken at MAICON, show management cannot guarantee that attendees won’t come into contact with COVID-19 at the event, in their travel, in their enjoyment of the city, etc. By registering for the event, you acknowledge that COVID-19 exists and that you understand its associated risks.

It is also understood that our health and safety protocols may change in response to an increase in COVID-19 case numbers, mandates, or guidelines from the Cuyahoga County Health Department, Ohio Department of Health/State of Ohio, and CDC, and/or at the discretion of the MAICON event operations team. We will share any changes with our community as soon as possible, and will keep this page updated with the most recent guidelines for attendees.

Current COVID-19 Guidelines at MAICON

In accordance with CDC guidelines, the State of Ohio, Cuyahoga County and the City of Cleveland: 

  • While we strongly encourage attendees to be vaccinated against COVID and receive their boosters if possible, vaccination is not required to attend the event. 
  • We ask that guests who are exhibiting symptoms of COVID or who have tested positive within the last 10 days to please stay home. 
  • Masks will not be required for guests, regardless of vaccination status. That said, if you have been exposed to COVID within the past 10 days, we strongly recommend that you wear a mask while attending MAICON. 
  • Conference sessions will be set to allow for more space between attendees than a traditional conference. 
  • Meals will be served in ways that would allow for self-service.
  • Sanitizing stations will be available throughout the event space. 
  • We will adhere to any national and local travel restrictions issued. 

Questions?

If you have specific concerns, please contact one of the MAICON staff members below, and we will address your concerns as best we are able.

Tracy Lewis, Event Director

Kelley Whetsell, Event Operations Manager