MARKETINGPROFS B2B FORUM
HEALTH & SAFETY TERMS & CONDITIONS
COVID-19 Health and Safety Information and Protocols
An inherent risk of exposure to SARS-Cov-2 a/k/a COVID-19 and its variants (herein collectively referred to as “COVID-19”) exists in any public place where people are present. MarketingProfs will follow the applicable COVID-19 health and safety measures put into effect at the event location for the time of the event by federal, state, and local public health and government officials. Please note that these measures may change between now and the event. Attendance at the in-person event is limited to all registered participants who have completed the registration process and agreed to this Waiver as instructed.
The information and protocols in this document are not intended to be exhaustive of the measures you can take to avoid contracting COVID-19. You are encouraged to take any additional precautions that you deem necessary to keep yourself safe.
You may not enter the event if you are experiencing any signs or symptoms of COVID-19. These symptoms include:
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- New loss of taste or smell
If you, or someone you have been in close contact with, experiences any of the following while at the event, you must immediately isolate yourself in your hotel room or other accommodations, and notify event staff:
- You are exposed to COVID-19;
- You exhibit COVID-19 symptoms; or
- You receive a positive COVID-19 test result.
Assumption of Risk & Agreement
By registering for and attending the event, you voluntarily agree to the following:
- To assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.
- To accept primary responsibility for taking steps to protect yourself from contracting COVID-19.
- To follow all federal/state/local public health and government laws and guidelines on COVID-19 health and safety in effect at the time of the event. If such laws or guidelines are more stringent than these Terms & Conditions, they will take precedence.
- To fully comply with any health, safety, and other policies instituted by MarketingProfs and the venue while attending the event, including any modifications and/or enhancements of health and safety Such policies may be in addition to, or different from, those set forth in these Terms & Conditions.
- To properly wear a mask that covers both your mouth and nose at all times as directed as required by state or city law and as directed by MarketingProfs, including but not limited to in the event spaces, except while actively eating or drinking.
- To provide proof that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to arrival at the event, including proof of a booster vaccination within the time frame recommended by the US Centers For Disease Control & Prevention (currently 5 months after receiving the 2nd Pfizer vaccine, 6 months after receiving the 2nd Moderna vaccine, or 2 months after receiving the J&J vaccination). You should complete all vaccinations at least 2 weeks prior to the event. Additional booster vaccinations may be required, and/or the time frame for vaccinations changed, with notice from MarketingProfs upon issuance of any updated recommendations by the CDC.
- “Fully vaccinated” means 2 weeks after receiving a booster vaccination, unless CDC guidelines indicate that an insufficient period of time has passed since your initial vaccination so that you are ineligible for a booster. Should the CDC recommend additional boosters, you must receive those boosters if required by MarketingProfs.
- Proof of vaccination will be verified by a third-party contactor. MarketingProfs may reject the proof of vaccination, in its sole discretion. If you provide false information about your vaccination status, you may be barred from future events and/or referred to law enforcement.
- If required by MarketingProfs, to submit to a daily health check at the event. This may include a COVID test.
- To pay for all costs and expenses if you contract COVID-19 or test positive for COVID-19 while at the event, including but not limited to costs related to a mandatory or voluntary quarantine (hotel, food and beverage), medical care, transportation to and from a medical facility or hospital, and changes in travel.
- Hotel and event services may be modified or curtailed at any time if necessary or appropriate to meet COVID-19 health and safety practices.
- If you do not abide by the Terms and Conditions of attendance in effect at the time of the event (as determined in MarketingProfs’ sole discretion), you will not be permitted to enter the event and participate in person, or (if the event has started) you will be refused further admission; and your registration may be transferred to the webcast If there is no webcast option, your registration may be canceled.
- MarketingProfs reserves the right to cancel your event registration at any time and for any You will be provided a refund if required under the Registration Terms and Conditions, or if MarketingProfs otherwise determines that a refund in whole or in part should be granted, in its sole discretion. If cancellation is for your failure to abide by these Terms & Conditions, you will receive no refund.
- Under no circumstances shall MarketingProfs, its officers, directors, employees, and contractors be liable to you (or anyone claiming through you) for any injury, damages, claims, liabilities, costs, expenses, or other loss of any kind (including death), arising in any manner from COVID-19 or otherwise arising from your travel to/from, attendance at, or participation in MarketingProfs B2B Forum.
- You agree that this Liability Waiver & Release of Claims does not supersede or limit any applicable law limiting or barring the liability of MarketingProfs, its officers, directors, employees, and/or contractors from any claims related to COVID-19.
The webcast option for participation in the event will be available to those choosing not to attend in person, and those who cannot abide by the Assumption of Risk & Agreement terms above. Those participating by webcast are responsible for providing their own computer and other equipment used to access the event and to pay for connectivity. Webcast participants also assume the risk of computer and Internet malfunctions and connection problems.