We are delighted that we will be together in-person on October 13-16 in Boston. The health and safety of all event participants is of the utmost importance to NAPFA. We are closely monitoring data and the CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19 and theSARS-CoV-2 delta variant. Below are links to all the current guidelines from the CDC, Massachusetts State Government, and the Westin Boston Seaport District.
Your safety and wellness are important to us, and our goal is to work with you to ensure that you feel comfortable attending the 2021 Fall National Conference. Please visit this page regularly for the latest information.
Current event protocols in place (subject to change as needed)
- Color-coded identifier for physical greeting preference provided to all attendees (red – no contact, yellow – elbow bumps only, green – ready for a hug or handshake).
- Sanitizer and disposable masks will be available throughout the conference.
- Where possible, entrances and exits into meeting space will be marked to allow for social distancing.
- Spacing and masking rules will be dictated by the CDC, city of Boston and Westin Boston Seaport District.
- Proof of vaccination will not be required. We encourage all participants to follow state and federal guidelines with respect to COVID.
- Complete a daily self-assessment, and verify you are symptom-free. If you feel sick, please stay home or in your hotel room. If are not able to travel to the event due to illness, you will have access to the on-demand content. You can refer to the CDC’s COVID-19 Self-Checker reference guide for any questions on symptoms by clicking here.
We understand that for many of you, this may be the first time that you are gathering for an in-person meeting of this size. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Claire Brown.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you in Boston!