In looking out for the health, safety and welfare of all attendees, everyone picking up a badge (staff, delegate, trade show guest, exhibitor trade show booth personnel) will need to present one of the two following options for entry to CinemaCon 2023:
1. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination – booster doses are not required (a digital or photo copy of vaccination record is acceptable).
– OR –
2. Negative PCR or antigen (rapid) COVID-19 lab-reported test conducted within 48-hours of picking up credentials. Tests taken at-home will not be accepted.
While there will be an official COVID-19 testing facility on-site, we HIGHLY recommend you arrive at registration with your required documentation in-hand as this will make this a more efficient process (We would also hate for anyone to unexpectedly test positive after making the trip to Las Vegas). Either option must be presented with an appropriate ID matching the name on their documentation. Attendees will be given a wristband that must be shown when entering any officially scheduled event at the show.
Clark County, Nevada, has suspended its indoor mask policy. We will continue to monitor CDC guidelines and local mandates for changes. Please check back on a regular basis for protocol updates.
Should an attendee arrive without the required documentation, on-site COVID-19 testing will be available in the Livorno Ballroom of the Caesars Conference Center, with results within 30 minutes. Testing will take place during CinemaCon registration hours Sunday, 24 April – Thursday, 28 April.
Due to shifting policy coverage changes by healthcare providers and in the CARES Act relating to Screening Testing, there will now be a nominal fee payable by attendees for using our on-site testing services.
Testing Fee (payable by attendee):
Rapid Antigen – $40
RT-PCR – $135
If an attendee tests positive for COVID-19 and is not a resident of Clark County, Caesars Security will offer the guest the ability to relocate to a facility that reserves hotel rooms for people who tested positive for COVID-19, but are only experiencing mild symptoms that don’t require hospitalization. Clark County has provided for alternate lodging and basic needs for these visitors to ensure they are well-cared for while visiting. A Caesars Security Guest Services Liaison will call and make the hotel reservation for the guest, as well as arrange for non-emergency ground transportation with AMR-T.
Attendees who are not Clark County residents, but who self-transported to Las Vegas and feel well enough to return home, may do so. Self-isolation will be more comfortable for these visitors if they are able to do so in their own surroundings, as well as have the ability to seek medical attention from their home providers.
The individual can choose to either return home or be admitted to one of the Clark County designated COVID-19 lodging facilities. Caesars policy does not allow for any type of self-isolation at any of its properties.