COVID-19 Update

In light of the recent developments surrounding COVID-19, the IQPC team are continuously monitoring what the CDC, WHO, and US Government has recommended and following their advice to assure a safe and successful event. We are moving forward with this year’s event to ensure it will be our most successful gathering!
Our first and foremost priority is the health, safety and wellbeing for the speakers, attendees and sponsors that trust us to further their personal and professional development. We do not take this situation lightly, and therefore are taking several precautionary steps and measures leading up to and onsite at our events.
We know that we must be vigilant to ensure that our venue and attendees follow basic good-health protocols including no hand-shaking, washing hands regularly, and stressing that if anyone feels unwell, to please not attend, and if they are already in the city, to see a healthcare professional immediately.
Additionally, please note the following precautionary and preventative measures that are being taken to ensure the event environment is as healthy as possible:
  • Hand Sanitizer will be available throughout the expo hall and session rooms
  • Signage displaying best health and hygiene practices will be placed throughout the event
  • Venue staff will be sanitizing common areas frequently throughout the entirety of the event
  • Providing additional sanitizing wipes to exhibitors to clean their booth areas each night
  • Ongoing and continuous monitoring of any new potential attendees for their location and adhering to Department of State travel restrictions
  • All attendees receive guidance consistently on sensible health practices for their reference
When and if additional guidance is provided, we will share further updates. We look forward to seeing you very soon! If you have further questions, please contact us at or 1-800-882-8684.


World Health Organization

US State Department Guidance on International Travel and the Coronavirus

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention