The first National Vaccine Law Conference has been convened to address the urgent need for an increased understanding in many sectors of the operations of different aspects of vaccine, vaccination, and immunization law.
Proof of vaccination
All attendees must provide either proof of COVID-19 vaccination, or a recent negative COVID-19 test. Attendees are advised, but not required, to wear masks other than when eating or speaking as participants in a panel.
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