CAMX 2022 Anaheim Safety Message

HEALTH & Safety Message

Your safety is our priority. CAMX staff continues to monitor and stay abreast on the latest COVID-19 developments, and will follow the federal, state, county, city and convention center policies regarding COVID preventative measures. 

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Your safety is our priority.CAMX staff continues to monitor and stay abreast on the latest COVID-19 developments, and will follow the federal, state, county, city and convention center policies regarding COVID preventative measures. 

Effective April 1, 2022, the California Department of Public Health strongly recommends those who are unvaccinated wear masks in all indoor public settings (surgical masks or higher-level respirators are recommended). Proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 tests is no longer required for large gatherings indoors or outdoors.

More information will be made available on how to provide any required documentation at the time of CAMX as we get closer to the event. For more information view Visit Anaheim’s Health and Safety Measures.

Personal Responsibility & Liability Waiver

CAMX’s goal is to ensure a safe meeting environment and will follow the strictest guidance established by the Anaheim Convention Center, the county department of public health, and the State of California. Accordingly, you also agree to abide by any prevention or safety measures that CAMX, the convention center, the county health department, or the State of California may have in place during the show. By attending CAMX, you voluntarily assume all risks and accept sole responsibility for any injury related to exposure to COVID-19 and any variants thereof, and release CAMX from liability for any damage or harm that may result by attending CAMX. You also agree not to attend CAMX if you become ill, are aware that you’ve been directly exposed to the COVID-19 virus within ten days of the show, or exhibit any symptoms of the COVID-19 virus before or during the show.

According to the latest Freeman & Epistemix Delta Impact Study, in-person business events can happen safely, despite the increased delta and seasonal increase in COVID cases. Some key takeaways from the report include:

  • Participants (including attendees, exhibitors, staff) have a vaccination rate of 80% or greater (and climbing), imparting a coverage ratio that drastically cuts the transmissibility of COVID-19 at such events. Coupling the controllable nature of events + industry vaccination rates, attending an event is no riskier than most normal daily activities. 
  • In-person business events have high vaccination rates which drastically cuts the transmissibility of COVID-19. 
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