The health and wellbeing of our delegates will always remain a top priority.
As such, the event organizers and all delegates undertake to follow the prevailing regulations at the time of the event.
All policies and mitigation efforts remain subject to applicable laws and public health guidance at the time of the event.
Updated guidance will be provided to all delegates near to the time of the event.
Entry to France:
The authorities in France set and enforce entry rules for all international travellers.
As rules have evolved during the recent pandemic, we strongly recommend all delegates to refer to the latest requirements set out by the French Government.
For delegates travelling from the UK, these can be found at Covid 19 : International travel | Ministère de l'Intérieur (interieur.gouv.fr)
For all other delegates please visit here.
Entry to the event:
In line with today’s guidance, all confirmed delegates will be required to provide proof of a completed vaccination against COVID-19.
Unless you have done so already, all delegates are highly encouraged to receive a booster vaccination, if eligible.
All Platform staff on-site at the Conference will have shown proof of full vaccination.
Mask wearing (FFP2, N95, KN95, KF94, P2, DS2, PPF2) and any social distancing rules will follow government regulations at the time of the event.
All delegates will be updated near to the time of the event.
Hand sanitizing stations will be provided throughout the conference and exhibition.
Regrettably, the event organizers will not be able to accept entry if a delegate has tested positive for COVID-19 and not complied with isolation rules or where a delegate is experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19.
Beyond stating the obvious, the principal reason for travel insurance is to cover the costs of emergency overseas medical treatment which, together with any repatriation required back to a home country.
Please check and be aware of any COVID-19 exclusions in your travel insurance.
Additional information for delegates from the UK:
European Health Insurance Card (the EHIC entitles you to access state-provided health care when visiting the EU) this remains valid until its expiry date. After then, or if you do not have an EHIC, you will need to apply in the same way (through NHS online) for a Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC). Neither the EHIC or the GHIC is a replacement for travel insurance as it will not cover you for all medical costs, or the cost of emergency repatriation back to the UK.