We’ve gotten a lot of questions recently about our Covid policies and precautions, so we wanted to highlight that here. You can also find these policies, and a lot of other helpful information, on our JordanCon 2022 FAQ page.
To mitigate the risks of COVID-19 infection, all attendees will be required to show proof of up-to-date vaccination at badge pickup. Updated vaccination includes one booster shot for eligible individuals. Final vaccination dose must be administered prior to April 8, 2022.
When arriving to pick up your badge, please present your ID and either the actual vaccination card or a photo of the front and back of the card. The name on the card must match the name on your photo ID. Attestation of identity from a parent or legal guardian is acceptable for minors without ID. Proof of vaccination must be provided for each attendee, regardless of age.
If vaccination is not an option for you, you may present negative results from a COVID-19 PCR test taken no earlier than April 20th. Antigen/rapid test results are only acceptable if documented by a healthcare provider and clearly confirm identification and date of test (no earlier than April 20th).
Masks will be required in all JordanCon spaces.
All track rooms and ballrooms will use the capacity limits based on numbers provided by the hotel.
JordanCon will not sanction any room parties at the 2022 event. Any gathering within hotel rooms or spaces will be monitored by the hotel to ensure compliance with hotel policies.
If you experience any COVID/Flu-like symptoms at any time please attempt to isolate immediately and do not enter any convention spaces.
JordanCon is offering onsite COVID testing at no cost. Two tests will be given: a rapid test via nasal swab and an antigen test via saliva. Anyone passing the rapid test will be given a wristband by the testing agency that they can present at registration in lieu of vaccination records. The results of the antigen test will be sent to you via email. JordanCon will not be informed of your results unless you choose to disclose them to us. The first test for each person at the event is free, but additional testing is available at a cost of $25 per person. Exact hours for testing will be posted later, but you can expect it to be available Thursday afternoon, all day Friday, and Saturday morning. Testing is not required for those showing proof of updated vaccination.
Presentation of any falsified documents will result in a permanent ban from JordanCon and will be reported to local authorities per CDC guidelines.