As NCBA CLUSA prepares for a hybrid 2021 Cooperative IMPACT Conference in October, we are working with the National Press Club to ensure a safe environment for our event planners, participants, guests and attendees. The guidelines below apply to all in-person events held at the National Press Club and are subject to change in adherence with the most current CDC guidance.
Currently, NCBA CLUSA is planning two days of in-person programming at the National Press Club. If you plan to attend one or both days of our in-person programming on October 7 and 8, please add “Thursday In-Person” and/or “Friday In-Person” under “Additional Items” during registration. NCBA CLUSA will keep IMPACT registrants informed if and/or when policies guiding in-person programming at the National Press Club change.
Prior to arriving to the National Press Club Event
Get vaccinated! All event planners, participants, guests and attendees are expected be fully vaccinated before coming to the Club for any reason. Visitors may be asked to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result taken within the last 72 hours.
Self-certify your health before visiting the Club. Confirm you have no temperature (100.4 or above) and are not exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms. If you are experiencing any symptoms, please stay home.
Once you arrive at the National Press Club
Complete the screening process and have your temperature scanned. (A fever is generally described as a body temperature above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.) Entry may be denied based on results of screening.
Guests who have been fully vaccinated with an FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccine are not required to wear a face mask. Those who have not been fully vaccinated must wear a face mask.
Practice proper hygiene and sanitization including hand washing and the use of touchless hand sanitizer dispensers throughout the Club in accordance with CDC recommendations.
Contact a member of our staff immediately if you observe any individual exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms while on site, or if you become aware of any individual who has tested positive for COVID-19 within 48 hours of being at the Press Club.