FAAA is actively monitoring the incidence of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the United States and Florida specifically. FAAA is following guidance from local Florida public health departments and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding face masks, social distancing, and large gatherings, including CDC recommendations on preventing the spread of COVID-19.
Florida Mask Protocol
MASKS ARE RECOMMENDED for everyone in indoor public places. Due to rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. MASK WILL BE REQUIRED BY ALL FAAA ATTENDEES.
MASKS ARE REQUIRED for everyone who is not fully vaccinated in indoor public places. People who are not fully vaccinated must wear masks in all indoor public places (such as grocery stores and movie theaters) and should wear masks in outdoor crowded settings when a region is experiencing high covid transmission.
Attendees will be required to sign onsite waivers and agreement to self-monitor symptoms.
At this time, our upcoming FAAA annual meeting will take place in-person as planned.
Attendees should also:
FAAA will continue to closely monitor news, local government, and the CDC for the most current guidance regarding gatherings.
Should registration numbers not be robust enough to support a meaningful experience for all attendees, FAAA has the right to cancel the conference. For events that are canceled due to any other event that is beyond our control (Act of God, etc.) FAAA will refund all registration costs.FAAA will not be responsible for refunding other costs incurred by attendees connected to attending the 2022 Annual Conference.
COVID-19 Refunds: We understand that we are living in a world where large in-person events are being guided by local health authorities. In the event public health dictates that we are not able to gather in February 2022 and FAAA is forced to cancel the conference, we will refund registration fees (less a $75 administrative fee). Refunds will not be granted if virtual options are available.