2022 DMEC Annual Conference
COVID-19 Health & Safety Information
DMEC is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all participants at the 2022 DMEC Annual Conference. Our decisions and preventive measures are guided by the requirements and recommendations of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and federal, state, and local health authorities.
The responsibility for a safe and healthy event environment is shared among DMEC, the event venue, and conference attendees. Towards this end, all attendees are expected to comply with all applicable requirements imposed by federal, state, or local health authorities in Colorado and are expected to adhere to and abide by the safety precautions DMEC has implemented to protect against the spread of COVID-19.
In order to attend the 2022 DMEC Annual Conference:
- Attendees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Individuals are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after they have received a complete dose(s) of a U.S. Food and Drug Administration-authorized or -approved COVID-19 vaccination.
- Attendees must provide proof of vaccination prior to arriving onsite at the conference. Vaccination information must be uploaded to our third-party health screening company, CrowdPass, no later than July 22, 2022.
- Attendees must adhere to the policies and requirements outlined in the DMEC COVID-19 Duty of Care Agreement. At the time of registration, all attendees will be required to agree that they have read and fully understand DMEC’s COVID-19 Duty of Care Agreement, and freely and knowingly assume the risk, waive their rights concerning liability, and agree to adhere to all policies outlined.
We will be making decisions on additional precautionary measures — such as mask-wearing and social distancing — closer to the date of the event and in accordance with the latest CDC guidance, local requirements, and hotel policies.
Individuals should not attend the conference if they:
- are experiencing, or within the 10 days prior, have experienced signs and symptoms of COVID-19;
- believe that they have been exposed to a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19; or
- have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and are not yet cleared as non-contagious by the healthcare team responsible for treatment.
Colorado COVID-19 Requirements
All conference attendees are expected to comply with all applicable requirements imposed by federal, state, or local health authorities.
Colorado Public Health Order 20-38 requires patients, residents, visitors, and staff, regardless of vaccination status, to wear masks in the following settings in times of medium or high COVID-19 community levels (as determined by CDC’s COVID-19 Community Levels): public transit services and emergency medical and other non-residential health care settings (including hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, urgent care centers, clinics, doctors’ offices, and non-urgent care medical structures).
Visit the following webpages frequently for the most up-to-date information regarding health and safety guidelines.