More and more Kentuckians are getting vaccinated (currently more than 1.5 million) and positivity rates are dropping. The future is looking bright, and we look forward to getting back to business as usual soon. Until then, we remain committed to offering safe training and events and shifting safety protocols as warranted.
Our Commitment to You
The Kentucky Chamber is committed to ensuring our signature events and educational training are held in the safest way possible for attendees, sponsors and speakers. Therefore, we will continue monitoring the ever-changing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely and are following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear.
If at any point we feel it is unsafe for us to hold in-person events and training in the manner we normally would, we will do one of the following:
• cancel the event
• reschedule for a later date
• offer virtually
• offer a hybrid (both in-person and virtual) option that allows for social distancing
Please be aware, if you register for an event you will be able to cancel up until the event date without penalty by emailing Lori Jo Goff at [email protected]. Reserve your spot with no risk.
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