COVID-19 RESPONSE

PLEASE NOTE THIS INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE
 
CRYO2022 in-person delegates must abide by all mandates and laws pertaining to gatherings as detailed by the Irish Government and Failte Ireland and any additional rules put in place by the Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin
 

The Irish Government recently removed most of the COVID-19 restrictions. Social distancing, proof of vaccinations, and contact tracing are no longer required. Mask wearing in public areas is not required but delegates are encouraged to wear a mask if they prefer. 

In-person delegates who feel unwell at any time should immediately perform a rapid antigen test and self-isolate if it is positive. 

 
In-person delegates are responsible for their travel arrangements to/from their home countries. The Society for Cryobiology will not be responsible delegate’s visas, testing, vaccinations, travel delays, or cancellations.
 
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This information will be updated as required. Last update – July 13, 2022

FAQ

No. Both vaccinated and unvaccinated delegates are welcome at the Hotel Riu Plaza The Gresham Dublin and the CRYO2022 scientific and social programs.

No. You do not need proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative COVID-19 test.

No. There is no home quarentine or self-isolation requirement for travelers arriving in Ireland from overseas.

No. Face masks are encouraged but not required.

Any delegate that develops COVID-19 symptoms while in Ireland should follow the HSE guidance in relation to isolation and undertaking antigen or RT-PCR testing as appropriate.

Delegates who catch COVID-19 and are unable to travel will be transferred to virtual registration and the balance will be refunded.

We have also made a special arrangement that on receipt of a medical certificate or verified COVID-19 test your accommodation at the Hotel Riu Gresham Dublin is fully refundable.