COVID-19 Information

NYC COVID-19 Catering and Event Facilities Vaccination Mandate

Please be advised that all NY22 Clinical Conference and Exhibition attendees are subject to this mandatory requirement and NYC policy. The executive order issued by the mayor regarding vaccination requirements in New York City states that all NYC Marriott Marquis customers,
employees and vendors are required to be vaccinated for all indoor dining at restaurants, bars,
catering/event facilities and any other indoor sit-down dining options. The executive order also
applies to all fitness centers and entertainment venues, such as night clubs. This requirement
went into effect on August 16.

There will be vaccine checkpoints enforced by the NYC Marriott Marquis to enter all meeting space, restaurants, and bars. Additionally, proof of vaccination (with a valid form of identification) means proof of receipt of two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine (with the exception of a one dose Johnson & Johnson vaccination) authorized for emergency use or licensed for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or authorized for emergency use by the World Health Organization. Such proof may be established by:


• A CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card or an official immunization record from the
jurisdiction, state, or country where the vaccine was administered or a digital or physical photo
of such a card or record, reflecting the person’s name, vaccine brand, and date administered; or


• A New York City COVID Safe Pass (available to download on Apple
and Android smartphone devices)


• A New York State Excelsior Pass.


• Official Vaccine Record

Requirements Expanding in December

In December, COVID-19 vaccination proof requirements will be expanded to include younger children and to require full vaccination:

    • Children: Starting December 14, children ages 5 to 11 will be required to have proof of vaccination for the public indoor activities described further below. They must show they have received at least one dose of a vaccine.
  • Full Vaccination: Starting December 27, people 12 and older participating in public indoor activities will be required to show proof they have received two vaccine doses, except for those who have received the one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.