Health and Safety

Euroanaesthesia 2021 will be held in-person in Munich, Germany at the Messe München with additional health and safety protocols in place to meet all local regulations at the time of the meeting. The safety of meeting attendees is ESAIC’s top priority.

In order to be more inclusive to our community, we have updated the following protocols.

Please note! All in-person meeting attendees, exhibitors, and staff must follow the below protocols in order to join us in person at the Messe.  

To enter the EA21 venue, you will need to present one of the following: 

    1. A certificate of full EMA approved vaccination (completed at least two weeks prior to the event).
    2. A certificate of recovery from SARS-CoV-2 infection within the last 6 months of the event dates. 
    3. PCR test ONLY for non-vaccinated or non-EMA-approved vaccinated persons

We will not accept entry from any attendee who does not have one of the above certificates, even if you present a negative antigen test.

As the Health and Safety regulations are continually fluctuating, more information will be provided here as we near the congress. We encourage you to please check back regularly.


General Measures

  • A test centre will be made available onsite. More detailed information will be included in the attendee welcome information.
  • 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 being infected. 
  • 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 traced. You can contact us through the official contact form.


For travel to and from Munich, participants are advised to ensure that they have the correct coronavirus documents and that they comply with all local regulations (including quarantine and testing when necessary) in Germany during their stay and in their country of origin on their return.

It is not possible to list all the different requirements for every country and regulations can change at short notice. So please check the latest official government information of your departure and arrival destination before travelling. We also advise you to check with your transport company (airline, train, ferry, coach, …) for any additional regulations.

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