HEALTH & SAFETY
What you need to know
We are excited to see you in person at Impact this summer! The health and safety of everyone attending and organizing the event is of utmost importance. Here’s what you can expect on-site in Boston.
Attendees must provide either:
Proof of vaccination
- At least two (2) complete doses are required.
- Hard copies and photos of CDC vaccination cards and official vaccine records are acceptable.
Negative COVID-19 test
- COVID-19 tests must show a negative result within 24 hours of the event for antigen tests and within 72 hours of the event for PCR or molecular tests.
- Self-administered tests are acceptable but must be verified by a third party.
Masks will not be required at Impact, but we encourage anyone who feels more comfortable wearing a mask to do so.
If you feel ill, test positive for COVID-19 or are exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, please stay home and enjoy Impact's virtual components.
Keep checking this page to stay updated on our health & safety measures. We will continue to evaluate protocols and defer to state and local health ordinances. As of now, the city of Boston has lifted its indoor mask mandate and proof of vaccination policy. Our full event terms and conditions and COVID-19 health and safety requirements can be found here.
See you at Impact!