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AVIXA updates InfoComm COVID requirements to require vaccine or negative test

Proof of vaccine/negative test required along with masking for all

UPDATE August 26, 2021: We could not be more excited to welcome you back to InfoComm this October in Orlando to get back to business and celebrate the resiliency of our industry. While enthusiasm is building with so many of you contributing to our All In for InfoComm campaign and exhibitors already preparing for their time on the show floor, we are also regularly monitoring the spread of the COVID 19 Delta variant and want to assure you that we are putting into place a comprehensive plan that prioritizes health and safety for all that attend.

We recently shared that regardless of vaccination status, masks would be required for all, as well as six-foot social distancing is recommended across the Orange County Convention Center and InfoComm events. Over the past several weeks we have also worked to finalize the additional protocols that will maximize the health and safety of all in attendance through guidance from both local and national health authorities including Orlando Health, the Florida Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

InfoComm has updated its health and safety protocols to require that all who attend the show must provide one of the following: (i) proof of a negative COVID 19 test result OR (ii) proof of full vaccination.

David Labuskes CTS®, CAE, RCDD

August 11, 2021 –– This year has been one filled with both highs and lows, and the anticipation of getting back together in person at InfoComm has absolutely been a highlight for the AVIXA team. That said, as the Delta variant of COVID‑19 surges, I want you to know that we are actively addressing updated health and safety protocols to protect all those in attendance.

In light of recent recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), InfoComm 2021 will now require masks to be worn by all participants including attendees, exhibitors, vendors, and AVIXA staff regardless of COVID‑19 vaccination status. We have reinstituted a six‑foot social distancing guideline across the show including the exhibit hall, meeting rooms, and education sessions. We are also evaluating on‑site testing, vaccine validation, as well as other safety and precautionary measures that will allow us to get back together in person in the safest environment possible.

Coronavirus Orlando news updates

With the rapid pace in which we are receiving information, I want to assure you that the team will be developing safety policies and protocols at the same rapid pace. This means you will be receiving proactive communication about new protocols and safety measures as they are available. The most up‑to‑date information is available at

The NAB Show 2021 announces Covid requirements

We are nearly 70 days from the kickoff of the show. As you can remember, 70 days ago safety procedures were remarkably different than they are today and are likely to differ by October 23, 2021. Please know that we are doing everything in our power to bring the community together as safely as possible for those who can and want to be there in person.

I look forward to seeing you at InfoComm 2021.

David Labuskes CTS®, CAE, RCDD

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