We are excited to see you in person at the LMA Annual Conference. But let’s also be practical — we’re watching the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance carefully in regards to the COVID-19 pandemic and realigning our health and safety measures on an ongoing basis.
Requirement for In-Person Attendance
For public health and safety reasons, everyone attending LMA 2022 in person is required to comply with all health, safety and distancing guidelines, including being fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before arriving onsite.
These rules apply to all in-person attendees, speakers, sponsors, exhibitors and LMA staff, regardless of your registration date. If you have any questions or concerns regarding these rules, please contact email@example.com.
LMA is at its best when our community bands together — whether that’s sharing advice and best practices or looking out for the well-being of others. Thanks for taking the time to understand our expectations to make this the safest event possible. We can’t wait to see you!
Here are some additional informational areas for your reference:
We will be updating this page on an ongoing basis based on the lastes from local authorities and CDC guidelines.
What You Can Expect in Our Conference Space
- A new approach to the agenda, allowing for less congestion at key time periods
- Large, open education rooms, theatres and the LMA Marketplace with high ceilings
- Distanced seating in those education rooms and theatres
- Easy and readily available access to LMA-specific outdoor space to be able to step away when you want to
- A dedication to crowd density and social distancing measures
- Widespread availability of hand sanitizer and masks
What You Can Expect at the ARIA Resort & Casino
The ARIA is committed to providing you peace of mind when you stay at their resort. As part of the MGM Resorts family, the ARIA upholds the cleaning standards detailed in the MGM Resort’s Health and Safety Commitment. As the event approaches, we will provide additional details here.
Travel Recommendations From the CDC
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a checklist of standard protocols to follow while traveling to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus:
- Clean your hands often
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
- Wear a face covering in public
- Cover coughs and sneezes
- Visit the CDC website for guidance on travel within the United States
Health and Safety-Related FAQs
We understand that not having a definitive answer for what the future holds can be unnerving and challenging to plan. While we are constantly updating our health and safety protocols, we are 100% committed to holding the 2022 LMA Annual Conference in person at ARIA Resort in March. View the health and safety-related FAQs for more information.
*Please check this page regularly for health and safety updates. Last updated on October 20, 2021.