COVID-19 is a highly infectious, life-threatening disease declared by the World Health Organization to be a global pandemic. It can be difficult to control the spread of COVID-19 or to determine whether, where or how a specific individual may have been exposed due to its highly contagious nature. Attendees of Convention 2022 voluntarily assume the risk of exposure to COVID-19 during the event or during travels and acknowledge that such exposure or infection is not the responsibility of Zeta Tau Alpha.
Attendees agree to provide one of the following:
- Proof of COVID-19 vaccination, showing the individual will arrive at the conference at least 14 days removed from their final non-booster dose.
- Proof of a negative COVID-19 diagnostic test results taken within 72 hours of the day of arrival at the event. Tests (PCR or antigen) must generate a third-party test result that also shows the attendee’s name. At-home tests do not qualify.
- Proof of a positive COVID-19 test result taken no more than 90 days prior and no later than 14 days prior to the day of arrival at the event. Tests (PCR or antigen) must generate a third-party test result that also shows the attendee’s name.
Each attendee must upload proof of vaccination or test results via CrowdPass, an online event clearance app, that participants will be given access to in May 2022.
Attendees agree to take whatever precautions are deemed appropriate by Zeta Tau Alpha (and/or local venues) during Convention preparation to ensure the safety of themselves and others while attending Convention. Anyone who is unwilling or unable to adhere to the guidelines should not register for International Convention. Refunds will not be given after June 1, 2022.
ZTA will continue to monitor, update, and communicate safety precautions for conference attendees who will travel to Texas, and will use national, state, and local public health guidelines to assist us in the continued conference planning and in making any necessary revisions to these COVID-19 guidelines.