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NORA Conference Safety Protocols

(as of September 10, 2020; subject to updates)

As we welcome you to this year’s NORA Conference, we are committed to providing members with a safe environment. Safety protocols are being developed with the latest guidance to minimize risk for NORA Members.

Anyone with underlying conditions or any COVID symptoms should not attend. Don’t travel if you are sick or if you have been around someone with COVID-19 14 days prior to the NORA Conference.

Hotel Safety Protocols

  • Spacious for Social Distancing: The Westin La Paloma is a large, spread out property consisting of low rise buildings. No elevators are necessary. NORA has plenty of meeting space and will be the only group in-house.

  • Westin’s “Commitment to Clean”: Consisting of in-house and outside experts in food and water safety, hygiene and infection prevention, and hotel operations, the Marriott Cleanliness Council had developed enhanced procedures throughout the hotel.

NORA Safety Protocols

  • Event Density: NORA has reset the meeting space for a maximum 50% occupancy in the trade show and meeting rooms.

  • General Meeting Room: The general session room will be set to allow for social distancing of 6 feet for each seat. Attendees will keep the same seat all day.

  • Social Distancing & Masks: NORA requests guests maintain social distance of 6 feet apart. Masks will be provided, please use when social distancing is not possible.

  • Comfort Alert Ribbons: At check in, each member will choose a green or red ribbon for their badge to alert other members of your comfort level on interaction.

  • Hand Sanitizer: Stations will be placed throughout the hotel and the meeting space. Additionally, individual hand sanitizers will be provided to each attendee.

  • Closing Party Outdoors: The closing party is moving outdoors to NORAritaville! It will be on Friday afternoon by the outdoor resort pool and will feature music, drinks, food and great company.



Arizona Destination Guide

As of September 8, 2020; subject to updates

Open to visitors. There are currently no travel restrictions for any individual visiting Arizona.

Entry restrictions

  • Entry allowed without mandatory quarantine: YES
  • Entry allowed without a medical certificate or negative COVID-19 test result: YES
  • Entry allowed without mandatory forms or applications: YES

Things to do

  • Non-essential shops open: YES
  • Tourist accommodations open: YES
  • Restaurants open: YES
  • Bars and cafés open: NO
  • Museums & heritage sites open: YES, with limitations
  • Face coverings required in public areas: YES
  • Social distancing required YES
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