Argus is following CDC, federal, state, and local regulations and guidelines for the Argus Vehicle Emissions and DEF Summit USA
Following revised guidance on masking for fully vaccinated individuals from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and ongoing advice from Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHMI), all Argus conference employees onsite at the conference will be double vaccinated and will wear masks.
The conference venue requires that guests entering the building wear a mask in public areas. We strongly encourage all conference participants to wear a mask while in the conference as well, however it is not a state or hotel requirement as of now.
Individuals should take personal responsibility for their health and safety and for that of others near them. Six feet social distancing is not always possible in all the meeting spaces.
While networking spaces benefit from indoor and outdoor options, allowing delegates to space out when networking, be mindful, and respect the comfort levels of other delegates during the conference.
Argus endeavors to provide minimal touchpoints during this event.
- All registered attendees have access to the conference app
- All conference materials are included on the app to avoid distributing and sharing printed materials
- Questions to speakers can be sent via text live on the conference app to avoid microphone sharing
- All paper products, pads, and pens will be removed from meeting rooms
- Touchpoints will be reduced in the lunch and refreshment services
If you are experiencing any covid-19 related symptoms such as high temperature, a new continuous cough, loss of smell or taste, etc. or if you have been in contact with someone who has covid in the past ten days we ask you to not attend the conference in person but to contact the conference team.
Hyatt Centric Beale street Memphis safety and hygiene protocol
For further information on the hotel’s Covid-19 special measures please click here.
All the above is subject to change to meet changing regulations from the CDC, state and local authorities, and to comply with hotel policies in response to the pandemic.