Following the announcement by Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel will no longer require proof of vaccination or indoor use of masks for conference attendees.
Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that the city's proof of vaccination to enter public places such as restaurants, hotels and meeting spaces will be lifted on March 1, well ahead of the 2022 Big "I" Legislative Conference, which will be held April 27-29 at the Renaissance Washington, D.C. Downtown Hotel.
Mayor Bowser's announcement leaves masking and vaccine requirement at the discretion of individual establishments. As a result, the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel will no longer require proof of vaccination or indoor use of masks. However, attendees to this year's conference should continue to monitor the Big “I" Legislative Conference website for COVID-19-related updates.
Register for the Legislative Conference today to take advantage of the early-bird registration discount pricing by March 7. Also, don't delay making your guest room reservations, as hotel accommodations fill up fast.
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Visit the dedicated Legislative Conference webpage to view Washington, D.C.'s COVID-19-related requirements and vaccine mandate information.
AnneMarie McPherson is IA news editor.