Our Safety Protocols
The novel coronavirus outbreak has caused significant disruptions in the tech world and has also affected every one of us. Keeping this in mind, we, at the Internet 2.0 Conference, are walking the extra mile to ensure the safety of our attendees and team amid these unprecedented times. While we have a number of safety procedures in place, your support is important for us to enforce them and also to ensure the smooth functioning of our events.
At present, we continue to work with state health authorities to do our bit to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We have also joined forces with our venue partners and have come up with a robust COVID-19 safety blueprint so that all of us get to enjoy the conference offerings with ease and confidence.
Along with this, the Internet 2.0 Conference team is consulting with health and hygiene experts and has come up with a detailed checklist, which includes thermal screenings, frequent sanitization of venue and high-touch areas, mask-wearing, and more.
Your health and safety are of paramount importance to us. We are currently monitoring the evolving situation for your well-being and are also making adequate tweaks to our safety procedures so that they are in line with guidelines outlined by national and international health organizations.
Traveling To Dubai - Present Guidelines
As of September 13, 2021, UAE is the most vaccinated country in the world, with 78% of its residents being fully vaccinated against the virus. Given these positive signs, it has opened its doors for B2B events, permitting 100% occupancy and welcoming international travelers.
As we gear up to host you in the city of Dubai in 2022, we would like to highlight some of the salient travel regulations that have been put in place in the city to tackle COVID-19:
- There are no restrictions for travelers from any country to visit Dubai and is thus open to all visitors.
- Fully vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers will have to take an RT-PCR test but are not required to quarantine upon arrival. Moreover, travelers coming from green countries don't have to submit their RT-PCR reports.
- Before departure, international travelers will be required to furnish a printed negative RT-PCR test with a QR code no more than 72 hours old.
- UAE nationals don’t have to produce their test certificate unless they are visiting from another country. They will have to take a test upon arrival.
- Passengers living with severe/moderate disabilities and children under 12 years are exempt from taking a test at the departure airport.
We request you to monitor this page for updates as the COVID-19 situation progresses. Presently, our primary goal is to put up safeguards and spread awareness regarding the current safety measures stipulated by local and state health authorities to ensure that you have a safe time with us. For detailed information and updates, please visit the websites of Emirates and Visit Dubai.
Conference Venue Safety Precautions
Some of the proactive steps we are taking at our conferences.
Wearing of masks
Frequent venue sanitization
Availability of hand rubs
Safety measures in buffet & networking sections
Touchless payment options
Responsible use of microphones
Disinfection of high-touch surfaces, luggage, etc.
COVID-19 safety guidelines for exhibition
TREATMENT FOR CORONAVIRUS
- People with COVID-19 should receive supportive care to help relieve symptoms.
- Stay in touch with your physician. Contact your doctor before you get medical care.
- Your local health authorities may give instructions on keeping a check on your symptoms and reporting information.
- Updates on Covid-19 situation in Vegas: https://www.lasvegasnevada.gov/News/Blog/Detail/corona-virus-update
- Updates on Vaccine Development: https://www.lasvegasnevada.gov/News/Blog/Detail/covid-19-vaccine
Guidelines For Attendees
If you display COVD-19 symptoms such as fever, chills, cough, or face difficulty in breathing, please isolate yourself and contact your nearest healthcare facility.
At Internet 2.0 Conference, we will conduct temperature screenings at entry points. Do wear CDC-recommended face coverings, exercise social distancing, and avoid shaking hands with delegates at the event to keep yourself and others safe from the virus.
We encourage our team, partners, and attendees to follow the guidelines set forth by local health authorities and follow COVID-19-appropriate behaviors at all times during the event.
*Please note that COVID-19 guidelines may be modified from time to time to reflect changes brought forth by local and national authorities.