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ADIA CEO Update: Update on ADX Sydney 2022

Posted by ADIA on 17 February 2022
ADIA CEO Update: Update on ADX Sydney 2022

Latest NSW COVID-19 News - a boost to consumer confidence

From today, NSW will see restrictions eased ahead of schedule following Premier Dominic Perrottet’s announcement yesterday.
  • Working from home orders will be scrapped and left to “employer’s discretion”
  • QR Code check-ins will only be required for nightclubs and music festivals with more than 1000 attendees
  • Density limits in hospitality settings will be lifted
  • Singing and dancing will be allowed at all venues
From next Friday, 25 February:
  • Face masks will only be compulsory on public transport, planes, airports, hospitals, prisons, and disability and aged care facilities. Masks will still be recommended for other indoor settings.
  • The 20,000-person capacity of music festivals will be removed, with singing and dancing permitted

Seeing the stabilisation of COVID cases over the last couple of weeks indicates to the public that we are tracking well and should see a further boost in confidence.

Read the full media release
 

COVID Safe Preparation for ADX Sydney 2022

To ensure that ADX Sydney is as safe as possible, ADIA has conducted an updated risk assessment and will be implementing all recommendations at ADX Sydney.

ADIA will notify ADX Sydney attendees that:

  • They will not be admitted to ADX Sydney if they have any COVID symptoms
  • They should reconsider their attendance at ADX Sydney if they fall into any of the high-risk groupings of age over 85, obesity, diabetes and cardio-respiratory diseases.


Anyone attending ADX Sydney in any capacity will need to fill out a declaration that:

  • They are double-vaccinated
  • They have no COVID symptoms
  • If they become a close contact or develop COVID symptoms, they will immediately report to the ADX Sydney organisers (ADIA)

ADIA will Supply Rapid Antigen Tests to all ADX Sydney exhibitors:

  • ADIA is sending each exhibitor sufficient Rapid Antigen Tests so that each registered exhibition staff member can test themselves each day that they are going to be on-site
  • Tests will be sent out over the next two weeks
  • Please ensure that you have registered all of your staff via the exhibitor portal by Friday 25th February, so that we can issue the correct number of tests to your company
  • We highly recommend exhibitor staff complete the test daily at home or in their hotel room, before entering the exhibition


ADIA will Implement internal control measures that comply with current NSW government control measures:

  • Hand washing guidelines will be published in handwashing areas
  • Hand sanitiser stations will be installed throughout the hall - thanks to Whiteley
  • Masks are recommended for indoor settings but are not compulsory. ADIA is providing free face masks - thanks to Medicom, for those who wish to wear them
  • Maintain physical distancing in small, enclosed spaces
  • Exhibitors are encouraged to disinfect benches and flat surfaces (including any touch screens) regularly
  • ADIA and venue staff will be attending to surfaces such as registrations screes and flat surfaces in shared areas like the cafes

NSW Government guidelines are subject to change and precautions will be updated accordingly

 
 

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