Health and Safety at the 2022 ASPHO Conference
Updated on December 7, 2021
ASPHO is committed to the health and safety of all ASPHO Conference participants. We believe that we can safely bring together our community with strong protocols in place. ASPHO will continue to monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines relevant to the COVID-19 pandemic and will implement precautions to provide a safe meeting experience for all attendees, presenters, partners, and staff.
Health and Safety Protocols for in-person attendance at the 2022 ASPHO Conference include:
- Proof of being *fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as defined by the CDC is required for all in-person conference attendees, presenters, exhibitors, partners and staff prior to traveling to Pittsburgh, PA. Details will be forthcoming regarding the process of providing documentation.
- Masks indoors will be required in meeting rooms and common areas.
For attendees who are not vaccinated or prefer not to travel, a virtual option will be available.
By registering for the in-person Conference in Pittsburgh, you agree to abide by all Health and Safety Protocols instituted or modified by ASPHO, the City of Pittsburgh, and the venues during the conference dates of May 4-7, 2022. Individuals not in compliance with all Health and Safety Protocols may be asked to leave the Conference and refunds will not be provided.
*Fully vaccinated means two weeks after the second dose in a two-dose series, such as the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine according to the CDC.
For additional information, visit:
- David L. Lawrence Convention Center information
- City of Pittsburgh health and safety practices
- Pennsylvania's mask guidance information
- CDC's mask guidance information
- ASPHO Covid-19 Resources for Pediatric Hematologists/Oncologists