Join US Event Photos lead photographer Mike Gatty as he examines what's happening in the event industry. These short weekly updates are meant to give new insights to event professionals as they plan and execute live events in the coming months.
According to the LA Times, it is possible to be infections with OMICRON before testing positive for the virus. Event planners should not rely solely on negative PCR or Lateral Flow testing to keep attendees safe. Mike also takes a look at isolation periods after testing positive.
Host Mike Gatty examines the OMICRON variant, and what less severe illness, lower death rates — but a more transmissible virus — might mean for event planning in early 2022.
As the Omicron variant sweeps the world, travel and events went into meltdown. Then, the data started coming in and cooler heads are prevailing.
This week, Mike examines what our vaccination rate should be to prevent infection surges and runaway infections.
While cases rose 10% in the United States over the past two weeks, hospitalizations remain steady. Mike examines if we’re moving into a new phase of the pandemic, where higher case numbers reflect less severe illness and may result in fewer future disruptions to events and event planning.
Mike explores why event participation remains dramatically soft in the last months of 2021 — and a disconnect between the health protocols event goers expect, and what event planners want to require.
Mike examines the recent rise in COVID cases in California and what that may mean for events; loosening of restrictions on international travel.
Live from Santa Clara, CA US Event Photos Lead Photographer Mike Gatty tackles event attendance and business travel as we return to life on the road. Mike’s unique perspective brings facts into sharp focus for these short broadcasts, and supports Mike’s own perspectives as he gives his take on what to expect in the event industry for Q4 of 2021 and heading into 2022.
Join US Event Photos lead photographer Mike Gatty in a new series detailing what’s happening in the live event industry. This first short episode examines events, COVID, DELTA and what to expect in the fourth quarter of 2021 and the first quarter of 2022. If you are an event planner or other event professional, these insights by an industry insider shouldn’t be missed!
Live from Atlanta, Mike explores whether asking event participants for proof of vaccine violates HIPPA laws.
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