Safety Policies

What can I expect?

With the Covid-19 Delta variant increases, the CGA team has reinforced its efforts to ensure conference attendees are able to meet and collaborate in a safe environment. Partnering with InHouse Physicians, a company specializing in providing health security for business and events, the CGA Strategic Conference will deploy best-in-class safety measures that add to the numerous health and safety protocols already planned.

What is Required of Attendees:

  • Provide vaccine verification or
  • Proof of negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of entering the conference. This can be provided as a print out or on cell phone.  

All attendees will receive a link which will be used to upload vaccine information and a copy of the vaccine card, or indicate they’ll be providing a negative Covid-19 test onsite.

Once your vaccine details has been confirmed, you’ll receive an email and a text message stating “VERIFIED” with a  green checkmark. Attendees will also need to show this checkmark onsite to proceed to badge pickup in the Palm Springs Convention Center.

Click here to upload your vaccine information or to confirm that you will bring a negative Covid-19 test onsite or scan the QR code. 


Daily Health Assessment:

Each conference day attendees will be required to complete an emailed daily health screening questionnaire. After completion of a clean questionnaire, a Cleared for Entry confirmation will be sent to the cell phone number provided.

You will be required to show your Cleared for Entry confirmation as you enter the Palm Springs Convention Center each day.  Should you have any symptoms listed on the questionnaire, you will receive directions on how to proceed.  

This site is monitored by InHouse Physicians following HIPAA policies and the information will be kept private from the CGA staff.  

Palm Spring’s Requirements:

The City of Palm Springs also requires indoor masks, regardless of vaccination status. You should expect to wear a mask at all times during the conference with the exception of eating or drinking. Restaurants are also requiring proof of vaccine or a negative test within 72-hours upon arrival.