GS1 Connect 2022 Safety First Commitment

We look forward to seeing you in San Diego in June. At this time, we are pleased to share our updated safety plan for GS1 Connect 2022.

As the COVID-19 landscape continues to evolve, we remain dedicated to providing all of those onsite at GS1 Connect 2022 with a safe environment. We will continue to adhere to the latest guidance provided by the CDC and federal, state, and local government health agencies. 

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Health and Safety Protocols

GS1 Connect 2022 attendees will be required to provide either proof of a negative COVID-19 test, OR proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.  More details will be shared in the coming weeks. 

GS1 US commits to provide a confidential and secure way to collect digital proof of vaccination or testing.

  • Rapid COVID-19 self-tests will be available onsite for attendees to ensure safety after travel or falling ill while at the conference.
  • Masks are not required but we are a mask friendly event. We will have masks available onsite.

Attendees who do not comply with the health and safety protocols will not be admitted into the event.

Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination Process & FAQs

What defines fully vaccinated?

Per the CDC, individuals are considered fully vaccinated 14 days after their second dose of multi-dose vaccines and 14 days after the single-dose vaccines.

  • A list of approved vaccines for U.S. attendees can be found here.
  • A list of approved vaccines from the World Health Organization (WHO) for International attended can be found here.

What type of COVID-19 test is permissible?

A PCR test or NAAT (rapid molecular) COVID-19 test that is administered within 72 hours of arriving in San Diego will be allowed in lieu of a vaccination card.