A: The Rocky Mountain Conference on Magnetic Resonance will take place in person for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. We don’t take for granted the opportunity to gather together and would like to provide guidance for your health and safety.
Copper Mountain falls under the jurisdiction of Summit County Public Health for public health matters. Any and all public health orders issued by Summit County Public Health, related to COVID-19, will be in place at the time of the conference.
Summit County Public Health provides valuable information on COVID-19 data, resources, policies and procedures. We encourage you to utilize this source for COVID-19 matters for your time in Copper Mountain. CLICK HERE to access Summit County Public Health COIVD-19 website.
Copper Mountain will be implementing the following additional measures at the Copper Conference Center:
- Increased spacing between chairs in meeting rooms
- Increased airflow through the conference by keeping all doors open, whenever possible
- Installation of air purifiers used during the height of the pandemic
- Access to outdoor patio, with tables & chairs, on the lower level of the Copper Conference Center. Guests may use this area during breaks and catered functions, as conditions permit.
Below are additional COVID-19 resource links for your travels to/from Copper Mountain: