The 40th ISICEM will be held in-person in Brussels, with additional health and
safety protocols in place to meet all local regulations at the time of the
*** To enter the ISICEM meeting venue, participants must present a valid certificate of full vaccination. For those not vaccinated, an antigen test will be required
Some of the measures include:
Obligatory wearing of face-masks for all participants throughout the conference
Widespread availability of hand sanitizer dispensers
Distanced seating in all conference rooms
Enforcement of social distancing throughout the conference center
More frequent cleaning and disinfection throughout the conference center
One-way flow systems and corridors in the exhibition area and conference center
Plexiglass shields in registration areas
Participants, exhibitors, faculty members, and staff must
not attend if they have any symptoms of Covid, have a positive
Covid test, or have had recent contact with a person who has or is suspected of
Everyone present at the meeting must inform the meeting organizers if they have
a positive Covid test in the 14 days after the meeting so that contacts can be
These measures will be adjusted as necessary as the situation evolves with the
health and safety of our participants remaining a top priority.
For travel to and from Brussels, participants are advised to ensure that they have the correct coronavirus documents or tests and that they comply with all local regulations (including quarantine and testing when necessary) in Belgium during their stay and in their country of origin on their return. Regulations can change at short notice, so please check the latest official government information of your departure and arrival destination before travelling. The latest information for travel to Belgium is available at: https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/travels/. You should also check with your transport company (airline, train, ferry, …) for any additional regulations.
Everyone arriving in Belgium will need to complete a passenger locator form
(available at the following link: https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/plf/)
within the 48 hours prior to their arrival in Belgium. This will generate a QR
code that you may need in order to travel.