We look forward to meeting with our members and invited guests in Dublin, Ireland in June. Our first and foremost concern is the health and safety of our members and the broader community. We will require everyone’s participation in providing as safe an environment as possible.
Health and safety requirements for each meeting, including vaccination and masking, will be set according to local government and public health recommendations applicable at the time of the event. M3AAWG may change, update, or add to these requirements at any time as it deems prudent to best protect the health and safety of attendees and others, and attendees must comply with relevant policies and requirements as communicated by M3AAWG.
Please check this page frequently for updates on meeting requirements. At this current time there are no local mandates for proof of vaccination or masking.
Members and invited guests planning to attend the meeting can stay current on these requirements at;
Government of Ireland, Department of Health
Current Rules for Traveling to Ireland
Please stay home if -
- You are sick, begin to feel sick, or have COVID-19 symptoms (such as fever, a sore throat, chills, cough, shortness of breath, congestion, nausea or vomiting).
- You have been directed to self-isolate or quarantine by a health care provider or public health official. Please follow the appropriate medical guidelines and any relevant government travel guidelines.
- You are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test.
Please monitor your health throughout the meeting. If you feel sick, are having COVID like symptoms or were exposed to COVID-19 while on property, stay in your room and contact email@example.com and Executive Directory, Amy Cadagin (via contact information on the back of your meeting badge) as soon as possible.
Clayton Hotels Safety Promise Program
Our continued commitment to the health, safety & wellbeing of our guests, employees and suppliers is a key priority for us in Clayton Hotels. The hotel's Safety Promise Programme are audited annually by Bureau Veritas in all areas.
Your airline is the best source for personal safety protocols at the gate and on the airplane. Be sure to visit your airline website for details.
Airport websites have COVID-19 information pages which are updated with information about current protocols and what travelers should expect when arriving and departing from Ireland.
Dublin Airport: https://www.dublinairport.com/
Shannon Airport: https://www.shannonairport.ie/
Cork Airport: https://www.corkairport.com/
COVID Testing Sites
We do not promote these businesses but are providing as a resource:
At Dublin Airport: Book Now
Local Emergency Information
Main Emergency Number: 1-1-2 or 9-9-9
These numbers are European-wide emergency number and can be reached free of charge in all the EU member states. In the UK, both 112 and 999 will work in an emergency too. It should only be used in a case of emergency, which requires: police, fire assistance or emergency medical assistance. (In Ireland, police force is called An Garda Síochána or the Gardaí.)
Embassies and Consulates
For general information of International Embassies, check out here
To view list of Embassies in Ireland, here
Public Emergency Information
Hospitals Closest to M3AAWG Meeting Hotel:
St. Vicent's Univesity Hospital - Emergency Department - 6min Drive
Address: Elm Park, Dublin 4, DO4 T69F4, Ireland
Telephone: + 353 1 221 4358
St. James’ Hospital Accident and Emergency – 9min Drive
Address: South-West Inner City, Dublin, Ireland
Telephone: +353 1 416 2774
Pharmacies Closest to M3AAWG Meeting Hotel:
Meagher's Pharmacy Baggot Street – 11min walk
Address: 10 Baggot Street Upper, Dublin 4, D04 LT35, Ireland
Telephone:+353 1 660 5744
Store Hours: M-F 8:00 - 19:00, Saturday 9:00 – 18:00, Sunday 12:00 – 18:00
Meagher's Pharmacy – 115min walk
Address: 22-24 Sandford Rd, Ranelagh, Dublin 6, D06 A365, Ireland
Telephone: +353 1 498 6970
Store Hours:M-F 8:00 - 18:00, Closed Saturday & Sunday
For more, visit Emergency Information
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to be vaccinated to attend the meeting?
Vaccination requirements will be set according to local government and public health recommendations applicable at the time of the event It. While it is not currently required, it is highly encouraged. We encourage individuals who are eligible to receive the booster prior to attending the meeting.
What happens if I have a known exposure risk before coming to M3AAWG?
If a registered attendee has a known COVID-19 exposure risk prior to attending M3AAWG 58, we ask that they not attend the meeting. M3AAWG will provide a registration credit to anyone that has a known COVID-19 exposure.
Do I need to wear a mask during the M3AAWG meeting?
Masking requirements will be set according to local government and public health recommendations applicable at the time of the event. If applicable, M3AAWG will require all attendees to wear a N95/KN95/KF94/FFP2 (or higher grade) masks in the M3AAWG designated meeting space when not consuming food or beverage.
What are the health and safety protocols at the event and hotel?
See Clayton Hotel’s policies here.
Is there a virtual element if I cannot attend in person?
No, M3AAWG is not offering a virtual component to the 58th General Meeting.
I am attending the meeting in-person and I do not feel well; what do I do?
If you feel sick or are having COVID like symptoms while on property, stay in your room and contact firstname.lastname@example.org and Executive Directory, Amy Cadagin (via contact information on the back of your meeting badge) as soon as possible.
If issues arise that require changes to the 58th General Meeting, all changes will be communicated to members via email and updates posted on the Upcoming Meetings page.
Questions? Please contact email@example.com