Thinking about attending CES (Jan 5-8, 2022) in Las Vegas? You’ll need to provide proof of vaccination to attend. In his blog, CTA CEO Gary Shapiro said, “We all play a role in stopping the spread – requiring proof of vaccination for CES 2022 is one way we can take responsibility on our part.” Following the science is perfectly on-brand for the world’s premiere tech conference. As always, CES is teaching us about the future.
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