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COVID-19 Protocol and Requirements for AATS Meetings

AATS will require all attendees, exhibitors, staff, and vendor partners to be fully vaccinated, which does not require a booster. Masks must be worn inside any indoor convention centers, buildings and hotels where AATS meetings, events, and related events will be held.

This mandate follows the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Guidance recommendation that being fully vaccinated while wearing masks is the best way to prevent and fight transmission of COVID-19.

AATS is monitoring the evolving public health guidance regarding large gathering settings and will continue to provide updates and additional guidance. AATS continues to ask all attendees, exhibitors, vendor partners, and AATS staff to follow all applicable regulations and make informed choices about travel, onsite, and external engagement.

AATS Leadership and staff want to thank our members and attendees in advance for their understanding and patience as we ensure we implement all the proper safety protocols to provide that tremendous experience in Boston at the Annual Meeting and all AATS meetings in the most safe and effective way.

The above information applies to all AATS in-person meetings in 2022 including the 102nd Annual Meeting, Aortic Symposium Workshop and the Mitral Conclave Workshop in Boston, MA.

Last Updated January 12, 2022