Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I register and pay for the conference?
There are a number of options for getting to Burlignton, Vermont. Burlington International Airport (BTV) has daily connections from major U.S. airports (www.btv.aero). The largest international connecting hubs would New York-JFK (JFK) and Washington D.C.-Dulles (IAD). For those interested in driving or bus options, Boston-Logan (BOS) has many direct international flights and is about 3.5-hour drive. Addtionally, Montreal, Quebec, Canada is under two hours away by car or bus.
What are the best ways to get to Burlington, Vermont from domestic U.S. locations?
Burlington International Airport (BTV) offers daily connections from many major U.S. airports. A list of regular flights is provided at their website: www.btv.aero. By car or bus, Burlington is about a 3.5-hour drive from Boston, Massachusetts. Alternatively, New York City is about a 5-hour drive from New York City.
How do I found out about travel restrictions or requirements related to COVID-19 for entry to the United States?
For domestic travelers within the United States, please review the guidance provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/travel-during-covid19.html
For international travelers coming to the United States, please review the guidance provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/international-travel/index.html
Are there any restrictions in place related to COVID-19 at the University of Vermont?
The University of Vermost is currently a mask-friendly campus although masks are not currently required in alignment with State of Vermont public health guidance. All University students, faculty and staff members are required to be vaccinated and boosted. There are no vaccination mandates in place for campus guests, however unvaccinated guests are encouraged to wear masks.
What if I have concerns about COVID-19 and participating in ISQOLS 2022?
Like many academic societies, ISQOLS pivoted our annual conference to virtual platforms in 2020 and 2021. With vaccination availability and other advancements with COVID-19 management, we have committed to hosting an in-person conference for 2022. If you have specific concerns about your situation, please contact us at office@ISQOLS.org. As we get closer to the conference, please stay tuned to our website for any COVID-19-related updates related to masking and vaccination status.
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