LTEN COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines

Learn how LTEN is keeping you safe with our updated health and safety measures. LTEN will work in accordance with guidelines of the contracted hotel properties, city, county, state and federal authorities to ensure the safety of all participants and staff.

LTEN will update procedures as needed to reflect local, state and federal guidelines. Please check back here for further updates.

Last updated: December 23, 2021

How we’re keeping you safe

We know the LTEN community values in-person collaboration. And we’re committed to making it a safe environment for attendees. To join us in Denver, you will be asked to confirm you have been vaccinated against COVID-19. We’ll be following CDC guidelines for hosting a safe conference and are limiting the attendance to ensure it doesn’t feel overcrowded.

Our plan is evolving, and we want to be clear that we will make necessary pivots to be fully prepared at the time of your scheduled in-person workshop or event to reflect the current local, state and CDC health and safety guidelines.

Contact Us

Those that may be unable to vaccinate may request an exception to attend with an on-site COVID-19 test by emailing Miki White at mwhite@L-TEN.org.

Questions about the LTEN COVID-19 health & safety measures or want to explore other options to participate in LTEN events? Contact us.

COVID-19 Vaccination Required

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required to attend the in-person events.