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COVID-19 Protocol

Delegate Safety remains a priority during AIS'22 and we have put in place safety procedures to ensure the best eve or protection and comfort for all AIS'22 attendees.

Working in line with the COVID-19 Protocols, Mauritian Government protocols

Below are just a few of the measures that are being taken during the event, and are subject to change as regulations and recommendations in Mauritius adapt but we will ensure that we are always fully compliant and go above and beyond what is required.

Meeting Venue Hygiene

CLEANING

All handrails, door handles, and lift buttons will be disinfected every hour during opening hours. All washrooms have assigned attendants who will carry out ongoing cleaning and disinfecting work before, during, and after events and during general operating hours.

TEMPERATURE CHECKS

All delegates in the Meeting Venue will have their details captured and have their temperatures checked before being allowed to the event. If someone shows a high temperature, they will not be permitted to enter.

REGISTRATION

All AIS'22 Delegates will be required to register before entering the meeting room.

FACE MASKS

All delegates will be required to wear a facemask throughout their visit to the event.

HAND SANITIZING

Multiple hand sanitisers stations are available both outside, at the entrance and inside the Meeting venue in all meeting areas and banquet halls.

COVID-19 Travel Advisory

  • The Republic of Mauritius has since dropped the requirement for all incoming visitors to present a negative PCR test before being allowed into Mauritius.Delegates arriving in Mauritius however be required to undergo an antigen test at the hotel on the day of arrival. If a test is positive, the delegate will be transferred to a public medical institution for treatment. Delegates travelling to Mauritius must have COVID-19 health cover on their travel insurance. Incoming delegates must also complete a Passenger Health Self-Declaration Form and Passenger Locator Form before travelling, this is available here.
  • Delegates intending to undertake essential travel to Mauritius should monitor airline websites for information on flights and should be aware of the Mauritian government’s requirements for incoming passengers. Bookings will be subject to approval by the authorities.
  • It is mandatory to obtain a COVID-19 Insurance Health Cover.
  • Unvaccinated Delegates must book a quarantine stay (the stay is 14nights).
  • Delegates will take a mandatory COVID-19 Rapid test on arrival to their hotels.
  • More information is available here>>https://mauritiusnow.com/