Health & Safety

NETA and PowerTest are committed to providing the safest possible in-person event environment for attendees, exhibitors, and speakers. Between now and February, event staff will continue to maintain consistent communication with the conference venue and plan in accordance with all federal and state guidelines. As the dates for the 2022 PowerTest conference draw closer, the association will be sure to reach out and clearly communicate all applicable restrictions, local mandates, or event expectations. Updates will be emailed directly to registered attendees and made available for viewing through the PowerTest website and mobile application. Interested parties are also invited to contact the NETA office with any questions, comments, or concerns they may have.

JANUARY 2022 UPDATE:
At this time, the city of Denver has announced a face covering requirement as part of a coordinated approach to prevent the region’s hospital system from collapsing. The requirement is currently set to expire February 3, 2022 but may be extended beyond that date.

Face coverings are required indoors for everyone age two and older in all public indoor spaces. These spaces include but are not limited to: common areas of apartment buildings, offices, gyms, shops, cultural facilities, restaurants, bars and night clubs. Face coverings are not required while seated at a food service establishment or actively eating or drinking.


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