Health and Safety

ATTENTION: If you need to test prior to going back home:

Waimea Urgent Care
651230 A Mamalahoa Hwy
Waimea, HI 96743 Suite A10
(808) 885-0660 

Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 3:00pm

Saturday and Sunday: 9:30am – 3:00pm

The WACV 2022 committee is committed to providing the best possible conference experience for all participants. WACV 2022 is planning a hybrid meeting experience from January 4-8, 2022 in Waikoloa, Hawaii and online. 


WACV is taking the following steps to ensure the safety of attendees for a hybrid event:

·     Arranging the program to be in compliance with social distancing protocols set by the CDC and local government during all sessions and utilizing outdoor space, wherever possible.

·     Working with the local government to secure the necessary approval for an in-person meeting.

·     Establishing a robust virtual site for individuals who cannot attend in person, while maintaining the live features for our on-site attendees.


On-Site Safety Protocols

The health and safety of all WACV participants, volunteers and staff is a top priority. We will be implementing the safety protocols below for all in person attendees.


COVID-19 State of Hawaii Portal FAQ’s can be found here.

Safe Travels Hawaii Registration information can be found here.

Updated News about Covid-19 restrictions can be found here.


Vaccination: WACV 2022 will require in-person attendees and volunteers to be fully vaccinated. This request follows current HI travel guidelines. Please see above for restrictions on travel to HI.


Social Distancing: Space planning in all meeting rooms and activities will include social distancing. Attendees will be required to follow onsite rules and restrictions.


Face Coverings: Will be required as per set guidelines and compliance per the state of HI and CDC recommendations.  Proper masks (not gators or scarves)  are required at registration, at any indoor function and while in line and at all food stations.