International Travel Restrictions to U.S. Will Ease in November
RSNA looks forward to welcoming international attendees to RSNA 2021 in Chicago
The United States government is expected in early November to ease restrictions on international travelers to allow them to enter the country if they can show proof that they have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and that they have tested negatively for the virus within three days of their flight.
RSNA has heard from many of our colleagues around the world that they are enthusiastic about getting back to Chicago for the RSNA meeting, and we look forward to welcoming them. This change in international travel policy will help make that a reality. Attendees are encouraged to check with your country's travel requirements for specific guidance.
RSNA’s focus always has been and will continue to be to provide a safe, valuable meeting experience for our attendees. We require proof of U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) or World Health Organization (WHO) COVID-19 vaccination from all RSNA 2021 meeting attendees, staff and exhibitor personnel prior to admittance into McCormick Place. At this time, all meeting attendees, faculty and personnel are subject to the same health and safety protocols.
Information on how you can verify your vaccination status will be distributed to all registered attendees and posted at RSNA.org in mid-October.
For more information, visit the RSNA 2021 Health & Safety and International Travelers pages.