Armed with a 13-page handbook and strict COVID-19 guidelines, the hotel received fewer than 150 people, who all tested negative for coronavirus, according to Susie Ellis, chairwoman and chief executive of this week’s 14th annual Global Wellness Summit, which was held Sunday through today.
Hundreds more tuned in virtually as part of the hotel’s and summit’s “hybrid” model for large gatherings, according to Nancy Davis, chief creative officer and executive director at Global Wellness Summit.
The summit, which usually hosts close to 600 people annually, was tasked with accommodating hundreds of guests and finding a new location for the convention – which was previously scheduled to take place in Tel Aviv, Israel – in a matter of months.
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