2022 Leadership Summit
March 28 – 30, 2022
Washington, DC

Health & Safety Updates

The 2022 LeadingAge Leadership Summit presents us with the long awaited opportunity to come together in person to share, network and learn. The safety of conference attendees is LeadingAge’s top priority. Our health protocols are in accordance with expert guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Infection (CDC).

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    LeadingAge is committed to creating a safe and healthy event by requiring all attendees to verify vaccination from COVID-19. Prior to March 14, 2022, each registrant is asked to upload proof of vaccination on the Vaccine Verification portal.  On the portal you are asked to upload a jpeg image of their vaccination card as verification showing you are fully vaccinated, which is defined as 14 days after the last shot depending on which vaccine you received.

    If you do not upload your proof of vaccination before March 14, when you arrive at the conference, please go to the vaccine verification kiosk located in Registration. You must have proof of full vaccination to be permitted entry into the event. Please note, negative test results or the presence of antibodies is not an acceptable alternative to vaccine verification.  Those who do not have proof of vaccination, will not be permitted entry into the meeting.


    All attendees and sponsors are required to wear a mask indoors unless they are actively eating or drinking. In education sessions, speakers are required to wear a face covering in the meeting room except when presenting their content and directly addressing the audience.


    We will maximize options for physical distancing as much as possible throughout the event.

    • All areas of the conference will embrace smart, socially distanced optional seating, allowing attendees to choose the physical distance that makes them the most comfortable.
    • A touchless badge pickup system is available in more locations and longer hours to reduce crowding at registration.
    • RFID touchless technology is used to monitor session attendance.

    Enhanced cleaning is a high priority throughout the event.

    • Ongoing sanitizing of high-traffic areas will happen throughout the conference including common areas, bathrooms, door handles and elevators.
    • Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the hotel.

    International attendees should always check current travel restrictions to the U.S. on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website before planning your travel, to make sure you is able to enter the U.S.


    Information on health and safety procedures from the Washington DC and the CDC is available here.