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Esri is committed to protecting the health and safety of our attendees, exhibitors, employees, and presenters. We follow the established protocols from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) and ask that all in-person event attendees do the same. Esri will continue to assess the evolving public health guidance regarding large gatherings and adapt accordingly. These guidelines are subject to US government and local rules and regulations. Please check this page periodically for updates about health and safety requirements for attendees and exhibitors.
 

We encourage every individual to make informed decisions about attending our events in the best interest of their own health as well as the health of others. If you cannot or choose not to comply with the 2022 Esri Partner Conference (Esri EPC) on-site health and safety requirements, you will not be able to attend.

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In-person attendance requirements

All attendees, exhibitors, presenters, and Esri employees at Esri events must verify that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The conference will implement a third-party application for verification. A person is considered fully vaccinated 14 days after receiving either of the following:

  • The second dose in a two-dose series, such as the Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Covaxin, Covishield, BIBP, or Sinovac vaccines
  • A single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine

This guidance applies to COVID-19 vaccines authorized for emergency use by the World Health Organization (WHO) or approved for full use by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on or before January 25, 2022. The full list of emergency use and authorized vaccines can be found here.

If an attendee or exhibitor does not meet these requirements, they are not considered fully vaccinated and will not be permitted to attend in-person events.

Proof of vaccination status

We require proof of vaccination against COVID-19 in order to register for and attend this event. Esri supports the use of the Health Pass by CLEAR app, where attendees can provide their vaccination status for registration and have a quick and easy way to show proof of vaccination at the event.

Here's how it works:
Download and enroll in CLEAR before the event.

Step 1: Download the CLEAR app and tap on the white Health Pass tile.

Step 2: Select Have a Code and type in the event code provided from an email from Esri Events. Please note that the code will not be available until 30 days prior to the live event.

Step 3: Tap Enroll or Verify in CLEAR to create your CLEAR member account.

  • New to CLEAR? When prompted, enter your email address, phone number, and have your government-issued photo ID ready to complete enrollment.
  • Already a CLEAR member? Use the email address associated with your membership and snap a quick selfie to verify your identity.

Step 4: Tap Add Covid-19 Vaccination and follow prompts to securely confirm your proof of vaccination.

Step 5: Once on-site, open the CLEAR app and tap Your Pass tile and then Open Health Pass to get your result. Green means you're good to go!

Learn more about our policies


Find out more about measures we are taking to create a safe and healthy environment at our events. Esri reserves the right to update these guidelines at any time as health and safety protocols evolve.

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Common questions

What does “fully vaccinated” mean?

A person is considered fully vaccinated 14 days after receiving either of the following:

  • The second dose in a two-dose series, such as the Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Covaxin, Covishield, BIBP, or Sinovac vaccines
  • A single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine

This guidance applies to COVID-19 vaccines authorized for emergency use by the World Health Organization (WHO) or approved for full use by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on or before January 25, 2022. The full list of emergency use and authorized vaccines can be found here.

If an attendee or exhibitor does not meet these requirements, they are not considered fully vaccinated and will not be permitted to attend in-person events.

Will I need to provide proof of vaccination to attend?

All attendees, exhibitors, and Esri employees at the conference must demonstrate that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This event will supports the use of CLEAR Health Pass to verify vaccination. If you are unable to download and use the CLEAR Health Pass as verification, you can provide your proof of vaccination on-site for manual screening at the Health Pass Help Desk.

How do I verify my COVID-19 vaccination?

Esri will be using CLEAR Health Pass to verify vaccination and does not have access to any personal information that you submit to CLEAR Health Pass.

There are two ways to digitally verify your COVID-19 vaccine With CLEAR. Select the one that works best for you:

  • Upload a photo of your CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card (CDC Vaccination Card)
  • Digitally link a vaccine from a health system or pharmacy

How does CLEAR protect my personal data?

Privacy is at the center of everything CLEAR does and they are fully committed to protecting members’ information. CLEAR does not sell or rent any personal information that you submit to Health Pass and will only use personal information to deliver a frictionless and secure experience with CLEAR. You can read more details about this in the CLEAR Privacy Policy.

How do I to complete my Health Pass?

Select your vaccine provider in the menu or by searching ‘other providers’. Log in to your patient portal and follow instructions to securely link your account with CLEAR.

The CLEAR app is integrated with select healthcare providers and pharmacies.

  • If you are unable to find your provider in search, CLEAR may not be able to link with them at this time.
  • Check that your COVID-19 vaccine appears in your patient portal; if not, we recommend you reach out to your provider directly.
  • Your results will link automatically; do not try to resync your results.
  • Sync time varies by provider and may take up to 30 minutes.

Once synced, proceed to complete your Health Pass.

How do I upload a photo of my CDC Vaccination Card to complete my Health Pass?

When prompted to add your vaccination, select ‘add your vaccination card’ to upload a photo of your CDC Vaccination Card.

How do I find my Health Pass result after I close the app?

Open the app and tap on the Health Pass tile. Choose Open Health Pass to retrieve your result again.

Attendees who do not complete the Health Pass will be required to show their CDC Vaccination Card and photo ID at the Health Pass Help Desk.

Can I take a screenshot of my Health Pass for entry into the event?

No, you must show your Health Pass in the CLEAR app because it is a dynamic screen.

How long will my Health Pass be valid?

Your Health Pass for this event is valid for 30 days. If you used a Health Pass for another event, you would need to add the event code and re-confirm your identity with a quick selfie.

Is social distancing required?

We encourage attendees to practice social distancing measures, including keeping a physical distance of six feet where possible as recommended by the CDC. Socially distanced seating options will be provided in all venues, including at all education sessions and networking events. Exhibit Halls will include wider aisles and booths will be spaced apart.

What specific cleaning actions is Esri taking for this event?

We are working with our partners to ensure that CDC-recommended cleaning protocols are followed during the event and that high-touch surfaces are being thoroughly disinfected.

Are there other health and safety actions I should take?

All attendees, exhibitors, and staff should:

  • Avoid attending the venue if they are experiencing any flu-like symptoms.
  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and/or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching their eyes, nose, and mouths with unwashed hands.
  • Engage in additional responsible health and safety practices, whether on or off the event premises.

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