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Health & Safety

Updated January 26, 2022

Your health and safety is a top priority. To that point, HRS has implemented a new policy for all in-person events requiring all attendees to provide proof of vaccination for COVID-19. Individuals must be fully vaccinated prior to April 14, 2022 to attend Heart Rhythm 2022.

Heart Rhythm 2022 will also follow all city, state, and CDC guidelines for large in-person events at the time of meeting. At present moment, the city of San Francisco, requires proof of vaccination as well as proof of booster. The Moscone Center is currently requiring masks to be worn at all time by event attendees

Individuals who will not be fully vaccinated prior to April 14, 2022 and boosted by April 19, 2022, are encouraged to choose the Online-Only registration option.

Heart Rhythm 2022 will use the Clear Health Pass mobile app to verify vaccination status. To learn about this technology, please visit ClearMe.com/HealthPass and download the mobile today and complete your vaccination and booster information. Then, 14 days prior to the event, HRS will send instructions to registered attendees to link their app to the event. 

The Society will implement additional layers of health and safety protocols for your protection:

  • Wider aisles between booths in the Innovation Expo
  • Increased spacing between chairs in session rooms
  • Clearly marked session room capacities
  • Designated entrance and exits to improve traffic flow
  • Minimized contact with service desk personnel using plexiglass dividers and additional self-service options
  • Hand sanitizer stations throughout the convention center
  • Increased frequency of cleaning surfaces
  • Designated indoor and outdoor socially distanced areas for eating, drinking, and networking
  • Red/Yellow/Green lanyards to indicate one's personal comfort level with interacting with fellow attendees

For more information regarding the current COVID-19 regulations in place, please visit:

City of San Francisco

State of California

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention