Important information on the coronavirus
(as of March 30, 2022)
In line with CDC guidelines we are recommending, but not requiring, all participants to have full, up-to-date vaccinations before attending BBC.
Depending on the development of the COVID-19 pandemic and the corresponding legal framework, there may be various precautionary requirements in place for the event, which could include social distancing, mask wearing, proof of vaccination status. Actual requirements on the day of the event will depend on the situation at the time, but we will post the latest developments here. It could also be that we need fewer measures if the COVID-19 incidence is significantly lower or non-existent.
For example as of late-March most locations in the US, including in Florida where BBC takes place are classified as Low Risk by the CDC, with no recommendation to wear a mask except for people with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19.
The health of our participants, speakers, exhibitors, service providers and employees is our top priority. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have gained a lot of positive experience with the safe execution of events in pandemic times. To ensure the greatest possible safety for all visitors during the event, we have a comprehensive safety and hygiene concept for the event. We continuously adapt this concept to the situation and are in close contact with the authorities and the event location.
Guidelines for Attending Live Events during the Pandemic
- Be vaccinated
- Wear a mask
- Socially Distance
- Use the disinfection stations
- Don’t attend if you feel unwell / have tested positive for COVID-19
All registered participants will receive additional detailed information on safety and hygiene measures on site and directly before the event.
If, contrary to expectations, the event does not take place due to COVID-19, tickets will automatically be converted into virtual tickets.
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