Covid-19
Health &
Safety

Committed to the health and safety of all guests

The 3% team has been closely following CDC guidelines and has polled our community about their readiness to gather again. After over a year of lockdown and workplaces and cities slowly figuring out their opening plans, we are excited to announce an in-person conference coupled with a virtual event on November 2-3, where we’ll celebrate our 10th Anniversary.

We commit to following up-to-date CDC, City of Atlanta, and Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart guidelines for large gatherings. As you know, things change daily, so we will adjust our policies in accordance with their advice as we go.

We are exploring the latest advancements in health tech and innovative onsite safety practices with our health partner, Publicis Health, to ensure a truly safe conference experience.

  • Proof of full vaccination is required to attend The 3% Conference-Live in Atlanta. All attendees will be required to show proof of full vaccination for entry to the conference. (If you are not vaccinated, we respectfully request that you purchase a digital ticket and join us online.)

  • All onsite guests are required to wear masks when onsite and indoors. This includes all guest attendees, sponsors, working staff, volunteers, security, vendors, etc. 3% will provide a mask to anyone who requests one.

  • Please understand that masks are required on planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the United States and in U.S. transportation hubs such as airports and stations.

  • The Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart is expansive, and the event’s capacity has been adjusted so attendees can be distant while onsite. Seating at the main stage, where meals are served, and in lounges will be spaced appropriately so attendees can spread out.

  • We will expand our registration and check-in hours to allow attendees to arrive early or at off-peak times to avoid crowding and congested areas.

  • Hand sanitizer will be provided to everyone attending the event. We also encourage attendees to wash their hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing, and before eating.

  • 3% will take extra precautions during conference meals and where food is being served, including:

    • Encouraging attendees to limit alcohol consumption. Consuming alcohol may make you less likely to follow COVID-19 safety measures. 3%’s networking event on Nov 2 will feature alcohol free mocktails.

    • Gloves and masks will be required for all service staff.

    • Frequent handwashing/hand sanitizing required.

    • Disposable utensils, food serving materials, vessels, beverage containers, and personal clean-up products are required.

    • No self-serve, family-style, buffet, or large format food service displays.

  • Restroom sanitation will be continuous, although attendees should avoid using restroom facilities or concession areas at high traffic times, such as intermission, half-time, or immediately after the event.

  • Health safety signage and messaging will be abundant. Health safety rules, requirements, and guidelines will be posted in high-visibility locations, including the entrance of every venue.

  • All attendees will be asked to sign a release and acknowledge and confirm that they have no symptoms before entering the event area.

  • Attendees often exchange hugs, handshakes, and other forms of greeting at 3% events. Please be mindful of others distancing preferences. 3% will provide wearables for social distancing upon request. They will indicate the wearer’s comfort with close, cautious, and no contact.

By registering to attend The 10th Anniversary 3% Conference - Live in Atlanta, you are acknowledging that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending, you and any guests voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and agree not to hold The 3% Movement; or any of their affiliates, employees, agents, contractors, or volunteers liable for any illness or injury.

Please Note:

These regulations, policies, and protocols are entirely subject to change and continually updated and revised per ongoing public health information and official guidance.

This information was updated on 9/29/2021.