The organizers of the fair have ensured that for CES 2022 they will follow the security measures, so they will ask for a vaccination certificate and negative test for Covid-19
After having a digital format, it is expected that the CES 2022 It is done in person. For this reason, the organizers are already planning the security measures that will be carried out to avoid contagion of Covid-19.
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) revealed that attendees must present their vaccination certification In addition, it is analyzed if a negative test of coronavirus.
Gary Shapiro, CEO of the CTA, highlighted that these are two measures that will help ensure the well-being of the attendees.
The organization also hopes to promote vaccination in all the people who wish to attend the CES 2022.
“Based on current science, we understand that vaccines offer us the best hope to stop the spread of Covid-19”
Something that was not specified in the statement is whether the vaccination certificates that are from vaccines that have not been approved in certain regions.
And it is that in different countries some vaccines of origins that have not been approved in all areas have been adopted. For example, the United States has not approved AstraZeneca or Sinopharm.
So far the organizers have indicated that the decision of whether to request a specific type will depend on “state and local guidelines.”
When and where will the next edition of CES take place?
It should be remembered that CES it is one of the most important technology events. The big giants usually present their novelties in this sector, as well as their developments.
The CES 2022 It will start on January 3 for the media, on the 5th the doors will be opened to the general public. The fair will take place in Las Vegas.
It is expected that this edition will also have a digital version, for those who cannot attend.
Even though there is talk of asking for the vaccination certificate for attendees, it is unclear if people will be willing to attend.
Some of those that have already confirmed attendance are Amazon, AMD, AT&T, Dell, Google, Hyundai, IBM, Intel, Lenovo, LG, Panasonic, Qualcomm, Samsung and Sony.