CCCS COVID-19 Policy and Vaccination Passport Requirements
As intensivists, we have upheld the highest standards of preventative and protective behaviour with regards to the COVID-19 pandemic since the very beginning. We guarantee that we will continue to uphold these standards at the first national meeting for intensivists and the CCCS.
The top priority of the CCCS is to create a safe environment to resume in-person learning. Please be assured that the CCCS is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely to ensure that our face-to-face meeting is safe. For that to happen, proper protocol for COVID-19 will have to be strictly followed by our CCCS organizers, and delegates.
To attend the 2022 CCCR you will be required to be triple vaccinated and adhere to strict masking policies. The CCCS will strictly enforce this policy for all delegates despite health protocols in Ontario being relaxed at the time of the review course. It is up to you to ensure that your vaccination status is up to date and that you have proof of vaccination which will be required during check-in at the CCCR registration desk. The CCCS cannot be held responsible for delegates who are denied access due to incorrect vaccination status, proof of vaccination and/or failure to comply with onsite safety protocols. See below for further details.
Before You Arrive
Last Minute Cancellations Due to Symptoms of COVID-19
We understand that last-minute cancellations may occur due to symptoms of COVID-19, a positive diagnosis and/or requirement to quarantine due to close contact. In this circumstance, please contact email@example.com. Please be aware that airline and hotel cancellation policies and any related charges are not the responsibility of CCCS.
When Onsite at CCCR
Please report a positive COVID-19 test to organizers within 48 hours of the end of the CCCR to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delegates assume any risk associated with travel and attending the CCCR by registering, agree that the CCCS cannot be held liable if a delegate, speaker or attendee is exposed to COVID-19.