I.C.E.'s Health and Safety Policy

Your health and safety is our top priority.

*I.C.E. is continually evaluating health and safety guidance. Check this page regularly for updates.  Last update 08/11/2022

The health and safety of the 2022 I.C.E. Exchange attendees, exhibitors, and staff remains our top priority. I.C.E. is actively monitoring health and safety guidelines and planning an event that ensures a safe, clean, and effective event for all participants. I.C.E. will follow all local health and public safety requirements and will follow all current recommendations and guidelines in place at the time of the I.C.E. Exchange as set forth by the city of Savannah, state of Georgia, and CDC. Please check this page regularly for announcements from I.C.E. on protocols for the upcoming conference.

Currently, we are requesting face masks be worn while indoors in public settings during the event when not eating or drinking, per public safety recommendations. KN95 or N95 masks are encouraged. While face masks are encouraged, they are not mandatory. We ask all I.C.E. attendees respect the choices of their colleagues to mask and/or socially distance throughout the conference.

Other preventative health measures are subject to change. Details of any necessary measures will be communicated as early as possible and will be shared on the I.C.E. website and emails.

Prior to traveling, attendees will be asked to evaluate their own health and that of the people they are in close contact with and to stay home if feeling sick.

CDC Guidance

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a checklist of considerations for travelers when making the decision to travel away from their home communities.  When you travel, please follow the standard protocols that have been implemented to prevent the spread of the coronavirus: 

  • Clean your hands often. 
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. 
  • Wear a face covering in public. 
  • Maintain social distancing. Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms.
  • Stay home, or away from other individuals, if you are sick.

For the latest guidance, visit the CDC website for guidance on travel within the United States and international travel

For additional information about COVID-19 trends in Savannah, please use the links below regarding Chatham County and the state of Georgia: