We will update this page with any changes to precautions taken. Precautions are subject to change.
AAOMPT conference events will be held in accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local government. Currently, vaccine confirmation is not required to attend; however, AAOMPT expects each attendee to take appropriate safety precautions. We highly encourage attendees to be fully vaccinated before traveling to the Annual Conference or have a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of participation.
As most of the participants traveling to the AAOMPT Annual Conference are licensed health professionals, we expect that good public health practices be followed to further their health and wellness and the safety and welfare of all that participate. Health practices should include personal health checks, not participating in events if experiencing illness, and managing risk factors for attendance in public events. AAOMPT would also encourage self and peer management consistent with a professional organization. Attendees should refrain from participation if exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms. This includes fever and other flu-like symptoms, coughing or shortness of breath, and the inability to taste or smell. Delta variant symptoms may also include sore throat, runny nose, or headache. If you are symptomatic, or believe you met someone with COVID-19 after the meeting or during the meeting, please get a test and contact AAOMPT if it is positive.
The following precautions are being implemented in light of COVID-19 concerns:
AAOMPT cannot guarantee measures taken will fully protect attendees from contracting COVID-19; therefore, anyone concerned or is in the high risk category should consider joining us virtually.