This plan explains the safety measures we will implement to address the risks posed by Covid-19. They are aligned with local government requirements, industry best practice and venue safety policy.
Read on for an explanation of the full range Covid-19 safety measures which we will have in place. There’s also a 'Frequently Asked Questions' section at the end.
By implementing these safety measures, you can have every confidence that when you come to Money20/20 USA, we are taking all reasonable precautions to keep you safe. That leaves you free to get on with the most important thing: gaining access to the connections, conversations and ideas that will transform not just your business but the whole fintech industry.
Will I need to provide evidence of a Covid-19 vaccine or negative test result?
Attendees will need to provide proof that you have had at least one vaccination against Covid-19 14 days prior to the event or proof of a negative test taken within 48 hours of arriving. We ask that all attendees upload your vaccination certificate or negative test result to CrowdPass here. Pre-uploading your vaccination certificate before arriving will speed up your journey onsite.
CrowdPass will accept any vaccination certificate recognized by the World Health Organization. If you have only had one dose of your COVID vaccine, please follow the 'Fully vaccinated' route on CrowdPass.
If you are uploading a negative test result the test must have been taken where they put the results through a CLIA certified lab. At home tests will not be accepted.
Every attendee will need to go through our Covid checkpoint where you will be asked to show your QR code from CrowdPass and photo ID. That will verify your Covid status and enable you to collect your badge from Registration and enter the show.
Testing is available onsite if needed. Rapid antigen tests will be used - results will take approximately 20-30 minutes to receive.
Do I need to wear a mask if I’ve already had a COVID-19 vaccine?
In line with CDC guidance, the State of Nevada and The Venetian will require everyone to wear a face mask, regardless of your vaccination status or if you have a recent negative test result. As such, we will be asking all delegates at Money20/20 USA to wear a face mask. If you are unable to wear a face mask for any reason, face shields must be worn.
What measures are being followed at the Show?
Money20/20 USA will be run according with Nevada State regulations, and any venue-specific requirements. These are being constantly reviewed and we will adjust our Safety Plan as necessary to match the latest medical advice and government regulations.
Can you guarantee my safety at the Show?
No environment away from your home can ever be 100% safe.
We are putting in place a comprehensive range of enhanced safety measures that make the health and safety of everyone our absolute priority.
Through measures such as enhanced deep cleaning before, during and after events, limited-contact registration, distancing and crowd management, we are striving to provide the highest standards of safety, hygiene and cleanliness, whilst still ensuring that our clients, partners and colleagues can access the connections, conversations and ideas that they need.
What happens if I test positive whilst I am at Money20/20?
We will have expert medical advice available to support anyone who becomes ill or who tests positive for Covid-19. Before coming to Las Vegas, please check that you have appropriate insurance in place, including cover for any medical treatment or for any disruption to your travel arrangements.
What happens if there is a lockdown where I live or if I have to quarantine on the way there or back?
If you find yourself in any of the below scenarios within the 14 days before the show, we’ll be happy to move your pass across to next year's show in 2022 so that you can have peace of mind that it won't go to waste:
We'd also be happy to help you transfer your pass to a colleague or client to attend in your place if you prefer.
What are the current Covid-19 guidelines and safety measures?
For the latest Covid-19 advice, please consult the following websites:
Our safety measures are organised into four key areas:
Featured below are the Top 10 Key Measures we will be implementing which we consider the most important.