Your health and safety matter.
Your well-being is our top priority, and we are dedicated to ensuring attendees and guests have a safe environment at JPro22. We will be requiring vaccination in compliance with U.S. and Canadian vaccine and booster recommendations. (If you have a medical exemption, we ask that you reach out to us at email@example.com.)
We are hosting this event in coordination with the policies and procedures established by the CDC and the local government. Masks and social distancing will be implemented as needed in accordance with the requirements of the City of Cleveland, State of Ohio, the CDC and the Huntington Convention Center and our hotels. Meeting and event space layouts will be designed to allow for additional distancing and the hotels have established Clean Stay Programs that will provide additional protection. We are working with a public health advisor who has guided us over the planning period. We may request or require additional protocols up until the conference begins.
Since 2020, the Huntington Convention Center has made multiple upgrades to create the safest indoor environment for guests and employees. Check out this video to learn more.
• JPro22 is requiring attendees to follow the current CDC recommendations on vaccination against COVID-19.
• CDC guidance on vaccination and boosters can be viewed here.
• All attendees will be asked to attest to their vaccination status using the Whova app.
• All attendees will need to have a negative result on any at-home antigen covid test within 24 hours of check-in at JPro22 (or FTPI).
All meals provided at the conference will be served indoors.
For meals at the convention center, there will be a very limited number of to go boxes available for those who wish to eat their meals outdoors or in their hotel rooms. Please note that it’s a bit of a walk to get outdoors and there may not be a convenient seating area available.
On Tuesday evening from 5:30-9:30 for our program in the Playscape only, there will be a breakout room available for people who are not yet eating with others indoors. This meal space is exclusively for people who will be wearing masks indoors throughout the conference and who commit to taking a rapid test on Tuesday. (The conference staff is not able to verify that all those using the room meet these requirements.)
All conference attendees are required to follow the current CDC recommendations on vaccination against COVID-19, which can be viewed here. You will be required to provide a self-attestation of your vaccination status in the Whova app.
Prior to the conference
If you feel unwell or experience COVID-related symptoms in the seven days prior to the conference, you should not attend, regardless of any test results. If a member of your household is unwell, is experiencing COVID-related symptoms, or currently has COVID, you should not attend, regardless of any test results.
Pre-conference testing and symptom check
All attendees will be asked to self-administer a rapid antigen test (e.g. BinaxNOW) no more than 24 hours prior to checking in on their first day of the conference.
You will be required to provide a self-attestation of your negative test in the conference Whova app. If you test positive or experience a fever, sore throat, or cough, you should not attend the conference.
Masking and other physical distancing measures
As of April 21st, the CDC’s current COVID-19 Community Level for Cuyahoga County (Cleveland’s county) has been designated as LOW. In accordance with CDC guidelines, no masking or other physical distancing measures will be required during the conference. If the CDC designation for Cuyahoga County remains at LOW or MEDIUM on Thursday, April 28th, masking will remain optional. If the designation moves to high, conference participants will be informed, and masking policies will change. If you would like to wear a mask during the conference, you are welcome to do so.
If you are feeling unwell at the conference
If you feel unwell during the conference, you should remain in your room or immediately return to your room to isolate. JPro22 encourages anyone who is feeling unwell with COVID-related symptoms to procure and administer a rapid antigen test. You may wish to bring one or more extra tests for your personal use in consideration of this possibility. Please do not attend the conference if you feel unwell in any way.
If you test positive for COVID during the conference
Please be advised that JPro22 cannot provide medical care or extensive support. If you test positive at the conference, please email JPro22wellness@jfna.org immediately to ensure that conference organizers can track any cases of COVID-19 case at the conference. Conference staff cannot provide extensive support; in the case of testing positive, you will need to make your own medical and logistical arrangements. JPro22 has a list of local providers and vendors who can provide support to you if you must remain in isolation at the hotel. All conference hotels share a policy that anyone who tests positive will need to isolate in their hotel room for the duration dictated by CDC or vacate the hotel immediately.
Pharmacies and Other Medical Organizations
1400 E 9th St, Cleveland, OH 44114
Closest Urgent Care:
Cleveland Clinic Downtown Express Urgent Care
315 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44114 216-442-6700
840 Euclid Ave (216) 621-6019
2829 Euclid Ave. (216) 357-3327
Additional Hospital/Urgent Care:
St. Vincent Charity Medical Center
2351 E 22nd. St (216) 861-6200
Cleveland Clinic Lutheran Hospital
1730 W 25th St, Cleveland (216) 696-4300