Health and Safety: Attendee Guidelines

NFPRHA’s top priority is the health and safety of our event participants.  Our goal is to hold a safe event, recognizing it is not possible to prevent exposure to all environmental risks, and in particular, COVID-19 transmission. NFPRHA will put required measures in place to provide a safe environment for its event attendees. Policies for this meeting have been set according to CDC and public health recommendations, federal, state, and local regulations applicable at the time of the event, and what NFPRHA deems necessary to manage the risk for its event attendees. NFPRHA may change, update, or add to these requirements at any time as it deems prudent to best protect the health and safety of attendees and others, and attendees must comply with relevant policies and requirements as communicated by NFPRHA.

All onsite participants are required to provide proof of vaccination in advance prior to checking into the event.

In addition to providing proof of vaccination, NFPRHA requires attendees to have a negative result of a COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to arriving at the event.  All attendees will be required to attest to this negative test result as a part of the on-site registration process.

Wearing masks while indoors is recommended but not required.

Attendees will be expected to take common actions to reduce the risk of COVID transmission and to behave responsibly (including leaving the event area) in case of exposure to a COVID case or experiencing symptoms. In such case, attendees should seek appropriate medical attention, including a COVID-19 test, and must immediately inform NFPRHA staff should a COVID-19 test be positive during the event or in the 14 days following the event.

Please direct any questions to Victoria Rosborough, Director, Events, at

National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association

1025 Vermont Ave. NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20005
Phone: 202-293-3114  |

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