UPDATED: January 24, 2022
Q: Do I need a negative COVID test and proof of vaccination to attend AWRA 2022 Conferences in-person?
A: Only proof of vaccination is required to attend. Following updated CDC guidelines, a negative test is not required for fully vaccinated individuals.
Q: I am not vaccinated; would I be able to provide proof of a negative test everyday while there?
A: Unfortunately, no. All attendees must show proof of being fully vaccinated.
Q: Are there any medical or religious exemptions for the COVID vaccination requirement?
A: Under the ADA, AWRA will make reasonable accommodations for anyone with a qualifying medical condition that makes it dangerous for them to get a COVID vaccine. A doctor's note is required to substantiate the request and must be emailed to [email protected].
Q: If I’m not allowed to attend in person because I am not vaccinated, what options do I have to present? If online, how does that work?
A: This conference is an in-person conference only. No exceptions.
Q: What types of vaccine are acceptable?
A: Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca.
Q. How will I show proof of vaccination/upload vaccination cards?
A: You will upload your documents in your AWRA account via the COVID-19 Documentation Verification Tool
- Sign into your AWRA Account.
- Click your name in the upper right corner to take you into your account.
- Click the tab labeled ‘COVID-19 Requirements'.
- Please use your mobile device to take a picture of each required document, and upload to your account.
Q: Are digital scans or photographs of the proof of vaccination acceptable, or should I carry around the certificate?
A: Digital and/or photocopies are acceptable. Many restaurants are also requiring proof of vaccination to sit indoors, so please plan accordingly.