DjangoCon US is committed to providing a safe in-person conference through the use of testing and a mask mandate.
In order to keep conference attendees safe, DjangoCon US will have an indoor mask mandate and required proof of negative COVID test. We strongly recommend that people get fully vaccinated and boosted before the conference as well. If you are not familiar, we suggest you check out the CDC's Domestic Travel guidelines to stay safe.
We are requiring a negative test before coming to the registration desk on your first day of attendance. If you are taking a rapid test, you must take it within 24 hours of your first ticketed day. We will have tests on site if you wish to test when you arrive. If you are taking a PCR test, it must be within 3 days of your first ticketed day (e.g. if you are attending Monday's sessions, the test must be taken no earlier than Thursday, October 13).
We will be sending the testing instructions to in-person ticket-holders prior to the conference.
The conference will provide KN95 and/or N95 masks for people to wear. We will be asking that all attendees wear a certified KN95 / N95 respirator mask (with no outflow vent) while inside. As N95 is an American standard, masks certified by other governments to similar standards (e.g. PM2.5 and KF94) will also be allowed.
Similar to DjangoCon US 2022, we will have a three strike policy for masks not being worn inside the venue. If you are seen without a mask on, you will be issued a strike by the organizing committee. Upon receiving your third strike, you will not be allowed to enter the venue and will not be issued a refund. Please make our job easy and keep your mask on while inside at all times.
The following cases are the only exceptions to not wear a mask while at the venue:
🌞 You're in an outdoor space
🥪 You're indoors while consuming food, socially distanced
👂 You're communicating with someone hearing impaired
🎤 You're a speaker presenting at the podium or on stage
If you have questions about the COVID-19 policy, please email us. If you need a medical exemption or the like, sending us an email is also the right course of action. If you are not interested in attending in person due to the mask and test requirements, you are welcome to book an online ticket.