During the conference, NASAA will be following all local requirements and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended precautions, and we ask our Assembly participants to do likewise. You can learn about those guidelines here:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Protect Yourself and Others
Kansas City, Missouri: COVID-19 Information Center
As of May 16, 2022, there are no restrictions on indoor gatherings, masking requirements or vaccination requirements in place for Kansas City, Missouri.
Kansas City currently falls into the CDC’s Medium Risk level based on the number of people with new infections and the fact that hospitalizations have fallen in this area. Check weekly risk levels at kcmo.gov/covid. At this level, it is recommended that people who have weakened immune systems (or live with people who do) wear a high-quality mask while in public indoor spaces.
Although NASAA certainly encourages masks, vaccinations and testing as measures to curtail the community spread of COVID-19, we are not requiring those measures for Assembly attendees at this time. However, that could change, depending on conditions at the time of the Assembly. If needed, NASAA may require measures such as masking, physical distancing, vaccination verification or testing protocols.
If our Assembly protocols change, we’ll update this site and will also proactively notify conference registrants. Please continue to check back here for updates. Thank you for doing your part to keep the NASAA community safe!