Although the epidemic in the United States has begun to repeat itself, CTA, the organizer of CES, is still working hard to promote an offline exhibition early next year.Earlier they officiallyAnnounceIn order to reduce the risk of transmission, the conference participants will be required to provide proof of vaccination. In addition to this plan, passing the antibody test may also be a proof of participation, but the CTA is still “evaluating” this for the time being. According to the person in charge Gary Shapiro, the reason for this decision is that “current science” has proven that vaccines are the “best hope” for helping humans overcome the new crown barrier.
As for the types of vaccines that the CTA will recognize, there is no definitive statement yet. The officials only stated that they will follow the “State and Local Epidemic Prevention Principles” and the CDC’s recommendations. If the organizer finally decides that everything must be in accordance with the American vaccination standards, it will still be a big problem for overseas people.