Updated March 23, 2022
We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all MSA 2022 guests. Below, please find our policies for how we are adapting to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
First and foremost, if you begin to experience symptoms or test positive within 5 days of the event, you can attend the event only virtually.
To preserve the health & safety of all participants, only those who are vaccinated may attend the MSA National Conference in person. If you have medical or religious reasons for not being vaccinated, MSA requests that you attend only virtually.
MSA has collaborated with SafeAccess, an independent health and safety platform to prescreen all participants. Each participant will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org containing a link to its platform that will validate the requirements below.
The Safe Access platform will ask you to upload the following:
If it has been more than 6 months since your final vaccination and you have not received a booster, or do not intend to receive a booster, you will be asked to upload one of the following with your vaccination record:
Each participant will receive an email confirmation once SafeAccess validates the required documents. Ensure that email@example.com is whitelisted and that your spam folder is checked.
On-site validation of records or personal information will not be performed by MSA staff. A confirmation credential on your phone is the only way MSA staff will present you with your badge and allow you to attend the conference.
Participants who are not in compliance will not be allowed to attend.
If a participant has medical or religious reasons for not being vaccinated, MSA requests that these participants attend virtually.
If you are not feeling well or have a recent positive test we ask that you join us virtually.
On February 10, 2022, Governor Steve Sisolak updated the directive to end the statewide mask mandate for Nevada. Because COVID-19 continues, individuals have the option of continuing to mask.
Reminder: Federally, masks are still required across all transportation networks, including airports, commercial aircraft, on over-the-road buses, and on commuter bus and rail systems.
All participants should know we take the coronavirus very seriously and are monitoring local and state updates. Please visit: