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COVID-19 Safety Protocols

ASPEN has established Health and Safety protocols for ASPEN22 in Seattle for the well-being of all in-person attendees. ASPEN will follow the guidelines established by the Washington State Convention Center (WSCC), the King County department of public health, and/or the State of Washington.

In accordance with the requirements of King County, Washington, all registrants, speakers, exhibitors, and staff must provide proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test. The test should be administered within 72 hours from the first day you plan to arrive to pick-up your badge. This requirement applies to the WSCC as well as restaurants and bars in Seattle. See current COVID-19 guidance in King County, Washington.

Face masks are mandatory indoors at all times, unless drinking or eating. ASPEN attendees are asked to follow safe hygiene protocols by frequently washing hands and using hand sanitizer.

ASPEN has partnered with Crowd Pass for vaccine verification or proof of test results for the conference at the WSCC. Crowd Pass follows CDC guidance for meetings and events while allowing participants to come together safely.  ASPEN and Crowd Pass will not maintain any records on individuals’ vaccine status. Specific information on providing the needed documentation will be included in the registration confirmation. 

WSCC is providing on-site COVID testing for anyone who wants or needs testing. The cost of on-site testing will be the attendee’s responsibility, although currently there is no charge (this is subject to change). 

If you do not feel well, do not come to the WSCC or attend ASPEN22 in-person. 

We look forward to welcoming you to Seattle and having a safe experience for everyone.