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International Conference on Planarization Technology
HEALTH AND SAFETY
We Are Excited to Welcome You Back to ICPT
The health and safety of all attendees at ICPT2022 are a top priority. Our intention is to comply with and follow current facility and local government guidelines of the venue's location. The health and safety guidelines outlined below represent our understanding of these guidelines and will continue to be updated as necessary to support a safe experience for all onsite attendees.
We request that all persons attending ICPT in person be fully vaccinated.
In addition, if you tested positive within the last 10 days or are not feeling well or are currently displaying any of the typical symptoms of Covid-19, please do not come to the main meeting room or join other attendees for meals. In this situation, we ask that you please participate
through the virtual platform from your hotel room or another remote location. (Note: All
registered attendees will receive login information for the virtual venue (Engagez) shortly
before the conference.)
For international attendees arriving from outside of the United States, please review
government travel guidance to confirm eligibility and requirements for travel. This information
can be found here: Government Requirements for Air Travelers to the U.S.
Masks are not required, though attendees are encouraged to wear a mask if it enhances their personal comfort level. We also ask that all attendees be respectful of everyone’s individual choice.
ADDITIONAL SAFETY PROTOCOLS
1. The Benson Hotel (our ICPT conference venue) is part of the Hilton chain and has implemented extensive cleaning protocols as described in the following link.
2. Please practice social distancing whenever possible.
3. Wash and sanitize your hands frequently.
We will continue to monitor the guidance of public health authorities and government agencies
going forward and will make appropriate adjustments based on that guidance. Additional
details about policies and procedures will be posted and distributed as needed.
SEP 27-29, 2022
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