Given the evolving and ongoing nature of the pandemic, NMHC will have health and safety protocols in place for our in-person events.
We encourage all registrants to test for COVID-19 before they arrive to any NMHC events.
Please check the details for each upcoming event below:
Given the evolving and ongoing nature of the pandemic, NMHC will have the following health and safety protocols in place for our Fall Meeting in Washington, DC. All attendees will have two options, detailed below, for complying with them.
Additionally, we encourage registrants to test for COVID-19 before they arrive to the Fall Meeting.
OPTION One: Proof of Vaccination
Attendees can provide proof of vaccination in advance or on-site to avoid daily COVID-19 tests. (To be considered fully vaccinated, attendees must have received their second Pfizer/Moderna shot or single J&J shot by Aug 29, 2022.)
- Submit your CDC vaccination record online by Friday, Sept. 9, 2022, 8:00 PM ET.
Note: To protect your privacy, Safe Expo, NMHC’s third-party vaccine verification and testing service provider, will not share or retain your records. However, that does mean that you will need to upload your vaccination information again even if you have already done so to attend a previous NMHC event.
Once it is submitted you will receive an email from Safe Expo approving or denying your documentation. Please retain your approval email to present at the event. Note: Check your spam folder if you do not receive an email.
You may also present your CDC vaccination record to the Health Screening Station when you arrive onsite when you arrive onsite, although you may experience delays.
OPTION Two: Proof of Negative COVID-19 Test and Daily Onsite Tests
- When you arrive, present results of a negative COVID-19 test that has been taken within 72 hours of your first day attending the event. Both Rapid Antigen and PCR test results will be accepted. Home tests are not accepted. Daily testing is required after your initial negative COVID-19 test is presented to the Safe Expo Staff.
- On each subsequent day you will be attending any portion of the meeting, you will need to take a rapid COVID-19 test. Click here to create your required COVID-19 testing profile and save time when you arrive onsite.
NOTE: Any attendee who tests positive through our vendor will be tested twice more. The final result will be determined based on two of the three tests administered. Those who have two positive tests will be deemed positive and will be advised to isolate immediately, consult with their personal physician, inform their close contacts and follow current CDC guidelines.
Registration Policy for Guests/Employees Attending Sponsored Events and Meetings
Anyone attending evening events sponsored by individual firms must be NMHC members who have registered for the NMHC Fall Meeting. This will ensure that attendees at those gatherings will also be subject to NMHC’s Health and Safety Protocols.
Additional Health and Safety Measures
NMHC will report daily positive test results provided by our onsite vendor to all conference attendees; however, the names of people who have tested positive will be held in strict confidence.
We recommend all registrants test for COVID-19 before joining us in Washington, DC and travel using a KN95 mask for extra protection.
We will provide additional instructions and update you on any additional health and safety measures, such as masking and current local requirements and hotel policies, as we get closer to the event.
If you have any questions regarding NMHC's COVID-19 Safety Requirements, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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