Physicians: 600,00 €
Industry: 1.500,00 €
The registration fee includes:
- delegate kit, APP
- coffee breaks, lunches, drinks, get together
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You can apply here for an invitation letter from ALICE 2022.
COVID-19 SAFETY GUIDELINES AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Frequently asked questions about Covid-19
Event takes place under 3G rules:
All participants of the event must be vaccinated or recovered or tested negative for SARS-CoV2. The following documents must be presented at the entrance to the exhibition ground:
- a vaccination certificate or proof of recovery or a negative test certificate for SARS-CoV2
- a valid congress ticket
- an official identification document in the original to check the proof of identity
The documents should be available digitally or with a scannable QR code, if possible.
We will not grant admission to ALICE without presentation the above documents.
3G = All participants of the event are
- vaccinated or
- recovered ( 90 days valid) or
- tested negative for SARS-CoV2.
Currently, the following test evidence is accepted under the 3G scheme:
- Rapid antigen tests that are not older than 24 hours or
- PCR tests that are not older than 48 hours.
The tests must have been prepared by a certified testing facility (test centre, pharmacy, etc...).
ATTENTION: The time of validity of the tests is counted from the time of sample collection, not from the time of result transmission.
Which vaccines are licensed in Germany?
Five vaccines are currently licensed in the EU. These are:
- Comirnaty (manufacturer: BioNTech) • Spikevax (manufacturer: Moderna)
- Vaxzevria (manufacturer: AstraZeneca)
- COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen (manufacturer: Janssen-Cilag / Johnson & Johnson)
- Nuvaxovid (manufacturer: Novavax)
An overview of the approved vaccines is available on the website of the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI):
When is a person considered vaccinated?
You are fully vaccinated when you have been vaccinated with a vaccine licensed in the EU. The vaccination must have taken place at least 14 days ago and the second dose must have been administered if the vaccine is scheduled for two doses.
People who have been vaccinated with a vaccine that is not licensed in the EU are considered unvaccinated. This also applies to third vaccinations with an authorised vaccine after the first and second vaccinations have been given with an unauthorised vaccine.
How to prove the vaccination status?
The vaccination certificate must be shown in paper form or in digital form in one of the following languages: German, English, Spanish, French or Italian. Ideally, the proof of complete vaccination is available as a digital EU DCC certificate.
For non-EU citizens: The vaccination certificate must be available in one of the above- mentioned languages and it must show with which vaccine the person was vaccinated and since when the full vaccination protection has existed.
When is a person considered recovered?
For "recovered" status, the infection must have occurred at least 28 days and at most 90 days ago (since the date of the positive test for SARS-CoV2). After 90 days, the recovered status expires.
If the infection occurred more than 90 days ago, convalescents only need one vaccination with an EU-approved vaccine to be considered fully vaccinated.
When do I have to wear a medical mouth and nose protection?
Currently, any time an event is conducted indoors (3G or 2G+), a medical mouth and nose protection must be worn and sufficient distance must be maintained.