Informa Markets has confirmed COVID-19 health and safety guidelines ahead of the return of its in person Vitafoods Asia 2022 event, co-located with Fi Asia. As always, Informa Markets is committed to the safety of its visitors, staff and exhibitors – more than 21,000 attendees and over 500 global suppliers are set to be welcomed at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center (QSNCC), in Bangkok 5-7 October.
Health and safety measures at the show
To ensure all visitors can learn, network and collaborate safely, the Vitafoods Asia 2022 in person exhibition will take place in accordance with the latest official Royal Thai Government post-pandemic stage guidelines, as well as the latest Informa AllSecure standards. As a result, at show COVID-19 measures include enhanced cleaning, ventilation and sanitation stations, appropriate distancing of seats, aisles, tables etc., reduction of possible crowd congestion, as well as ongoing monitoring during the event. Visitors and exhibitors are required to comply with the Royal Thai Government Universal Prevention measures to wear a suitable face mask while indoors.
Entry to Thailand
Thailand’s Centre of COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) has announced that it will end its nationwide COVID-19 Emergency Decree on 30 September, 2022. Therefore, as of 1 October, international travellers to Thailand will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination or antigen test kit results. Visitors and exhibitors are advised to check with their local Immigration Office or the Thai Immigration site for further information before travelling.
Registration for Vitafoods Asia 2022 is now open for both the online event (26 September-10 October) and in person (5-7 October): www.vitafoodsasia.com
Further health and safety updates that may have an impact on Vitafoods Asia 2022 will be shared on the website as soon as they become available.
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