2021 Conference FAQs
Q: Do I have to have gotten a vaccine to come to the conference?
No. SIETAR USA will not mandate that attendees receive a COVID-19 vaccine in order to attend the conference. Whether or not to receive a vaccine is an individual and personal health choice. Douglas County (Omaha, NE) reports 51.1% of their residents are fully vaccinated (as of July 13, 2021.)
SIETAR USA will respectfully insist that all attendees continue to observe basic prevention protocols while at the conference:
Q: Are there travel restrictions in place to come to Omaha, NE from another location?
US travelers coming into Nebraska from out of state should practice strict social distancing and should also self-monitor for symptoms consistent with COVID-19. Should you develop symptoms of COVID-19, you are expected to self-isolate immediately and observe all local protocols for COVID-19.
International travelers must be able to show proof of a negative COVID test result prior to boarding their flight to the US; this test must be performed no more than three (3) days prior to travel. Upon arrival, travelers should practice strict social distancing and should also self-monitor for symptoms consistent with COVID-10. Should you develop symptoms of COVID-19, you are expected to self-isolate immediately and observe all local protocols for COVID-19.
Q. What is your refund policy? What happens if I cannot attend because of a health crisis?
All requests must be in writing and postmarked by October 8, 2021 to receive a full refund (less a $25 processing fee). No refunds will be granted after October 8, 2021 or for registrants who fail to attend the conference.
Your paid registration is transferrable to this event if necssary: a co-worker may attend in place of a registered attendee at no additional cost, provided written notice is submitted to SIETAR USA no later than October 8, 2021 NOTE: A $25 processing fee for registration transfer will apply.
For additional registration questions e-mail email@example.com.
FRIENDS OF SIETAR USA
Sandra M. Fowler