As announced previously, Gen Con Indy 2022 will implement mandatory mask-wearing in all Gen Con-controlled spaces. This means that any place you’re required to have a badge you’re required to wear a mask, including the exhibit hall, event halls, hotel ballrooms, conference rooms, and the stadium. Note that locations Gen Con does not directly control, such as hotel lobbies, hallways, connectors, restaurants, etc. will have their own policies and these are likely to be more lax. However, based on last year’s show we expect to see 99+% compliance, so be ready to do your part!
Question about the Clear App. Are you going to add Gen Con to the list of events so I/we can pre register and upload our IDs and COVD vaccination records?
Thanks in advance
I've been to a few beer fests that used the fabric bands, and I can say they aren't easy to take off, but are comfortable, work well in a shower and don't look like they went 3 rounds with Mike Tyson after a day of wear.
I'm still confused about ID requirement for minors.
I have a 14 yo and a 10 yo. Both are vaccinated and we have their cards, no problem. But neither of them has any kind of ID. Their school doesn't do IDs. Their mother and I will both be with them to go through the vaccine check and pick up badges/wristband at willcall. Do I need to get them IDs at the BMV before the convention?
Trade Day? Asking for about 108 friends…
is the auction/store a "controlled" location and will the auctioneers/runners be masked?
Based on emails back from customer service it sounds like the ICC hallways and Event/Will Call lines in said hallways are uncontrolled areas and masking will be encouraged but cannot be enforced. Is that correct?
Whelp, I was really hoping to attend this year as I haven't missed one in 10 years but I guess it was never in the cards. Maybe next year, everyone have a great con and stay hydrated!
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Is Gencon going to accept a religious exemption? Other larger conventions have accommodated this by accepting a recent negative test as an option.
Hello. I think having a wristband that is good for the whole weekend will work just fine.
But my question is about being "fully vaccinated". Last May, I got the one-shot J&J vaccine. Will I need a booster to be considered fully vaccinated? Or am I good to go as is?