Testing and Face Mask Policy

In order to provide participants and presenters with a safe, educational, fun and extraordinary artistic experience, the Yuma Art Symposium has adopted the following COVID 19 protocols for 2022:

  • All participants must provide proof of full vaccination, or proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result within the 72 hours prior to Symposium Check-in.
  • Face masks will be required during all presentations and demonstrations.
  • Please see the Yuma Art Symposium Protocols below for details.

Thank you so much for your support of the Yuma Art Symposium. Following these policies will allow us to gather for a safe and enjoyable 2022 Symposium!

Yuma Art Symposium Protocols:

Documents required at time of registration or check in:

  • Physical vaccination card showing the second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or single dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine given at least two weeks prior to the event you are attending.
  • Photo of vaccination card (either hard copy or stored on your phone).
  • A matching valid ID. Acceptable forms of identification:
    • State-issued driver license
    • Passport
    • School or work ID that has a photo and your name clearly visible

OR

Bring proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result within the 72 hours prior to Symposium Check-in: Thursday, February 24, 2022. 

Must be issued by a medical provider or pharmacy (no at-home tests will be accepted).  

Results must clearly indicate day and time of the test, and the name must match your photo ID.  

Antigen and/or antibody test results will not be accepted.

  • A matching valid ID. Acceptable forms of identification:
    • State-issued driver license
    • Passport
    • School or work ID that has a photo and your name clearly visible

Important Note: An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending the Yuma Art Symposium, you voluntarily assume all risks related COVID-19 exposure.

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