Frequently Asked Questions
Adweek’s Commitment to Safety
The health and safety of our attendees, partners, speakers and staff are Adweek’s highest priority. Social Media Week will adhere to New York City and national safety parameters, as deemed appropriate by relevant authorities; and will implement health and safety guidelines to the highest extent possible with our venue partner.
All attendees, partners, speakers and staff must show proof of vaccination against COVID-19. In addition, you must provide proof of a negative antigen test taken within 48 hours before the start of the event. Adweek will also provide free, optional Covid testing at the event. Rapid Antigen Tests will be provided to all attendees via a licensed medical professional.
Any individual attending Social Media Week is required to adhere to these health and safety requirements as deemed necessary by local and state health authorities, and the venue site. These guidelines may include but are not limited to: wearing masks at all times while at the conference/event; maintaining social distancing; hand sanitization stations; frequent hand washing; daily temperature checks; signage and floor decals to indicate social distancing; and possible livestreaming to limit attendees in general session rooms when necessary. We ask that you please remain home if you are feeling ill.
These requirements are subject to change and will be modified as deemed necessary. We will continue to monitor all developments as relevant to Social Media Week and will communicate updated information as it becomes available.