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AVIXA eyes Delta surge ahead of InfoComm Show

AVIXA eyes Delta surge ahead of InfoComm Show

AVIXA eyes Delta surge ahead of InfoComm Show

USA:

AVIXA has announced that the wearing of masks and social distancing policies are to be enforced at this year’s InfoComm Show. Scheduled to take place from 27-29 October, the staging of this year’s exhibition at the Orange County Convention Centre in Orlando appears precarious. Following recommendations made by the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), InfoComm 2021 is enforcing all participants including attendees, exhibitors, vendors and AVIXA staff to wear a mask, regardless of Covid‑19 vaccination status. In addition, a six‑foot (1.8m) social distancing guideline is to be reinstituted across the show including the exhibit hall, meeting rooms and education sessions. AVIXA is currently evaluating onsite testing and vaccine validation, in addition to other safety and precautionary measures.

In an open letter to the AVIXA community, CEO David Labuskes wrote: “This year has been one filled with both highs and lows, and the anticipation of getting back together in person at InfoComm has absolutely been a highlight for the AVIXA team. That said, as the Delta variant of Covid‑19 surges, we are actively addressing updated health and safety protocols to protect all those in attendance. With the rapid pace in which we are receiving information, the team will be developing safety policies and protocols at the same rapid pace. This means you will be receiving proactive communication about new protocols and safety measures as they are available.

Representing a 27% increase compared to the January 2021 peak, 24,173 new cases were recorded in Florida yesterday, with 51% of the state’s population double-vaccinated to date. “We are nearly 70 days from the kick-off of the show; 70 days ago, safety procedures were remarkably different than they are today and are likely to differ by October 23,” Labuskes added optimistically.



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