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APAHE 2020 Conference Updates

April 3, 2020

Thank you for your patience during the Covid-19 pandemic and cancellation of the APAHE conference.

Due to the limitations of the Paypal platform, refunds will be “snail mailed” by check and not to the original form of payment used on Paypal.

If you have not received a refund yet via Paypal, Grace Toy will be in touch with you for your mailing address and payee information.

Again, thank you in advance for your understanding and flexibility as this process may take some time.

March 14, 2020

APAHE 2020 Conference Cancelled

March 11, 2020

The conference planning committee is closely monitoring the rapidly evolving situation regarding the Coronavirus as it relates to the APAHE 2020 Conference. We continue to seek guidance from the Long Beach Public Health Department, as well as LA County and state health officials. There are four known cases of coronavirus reported in Long Beach. With that said, we acknowledge that there is increasing concern about the Coronavirus and have been receiving recent inquiries about whether we will be holding the conference.

At this time, we are not aware of any federal or state guidelines about restricting travel in the United States, however we have been hearing that some of our institutions are considering implementing a travel ban for non-essential travel. The conference planning committee and the APAHE board will be considering many factors in making a final decision about moving forward with the conference. We appreciate your patience as we sort this out. We will share an update with you on our website and on social media as soon as possible.

APAHE will provide refunds to any registrant who has decided not to attend the conference.  Refund process will be provided soon. 

March 8, 2020

The conference planning committee is closely monitoring the rapidly evolving  situation regarding the Coronavirus as it relates to the APAHE 2020 Conference.  We continue to seek guidance from the Long Beach Public Health Department, as well as LA County and state health officials.At this time, there are no known cases of Coronavirus reported in Long Beach.  With that said, we acknowledge that there is increasing concern about the Coronavirus and have been receiving recent inquiries about whether we will be holding the conference.

At this timewe are not aware of any federal or state guidelines about restricting travel in the United States, however we have been hearing that some of our institutions are considering implementing a travel ban for non-essential travel. The conference planning committee and the APAHE board will be considering many factors in making a final decision about moving forward with the conference.  We appreciate your patience as we sort out this out.  We will share an update with you on our website and on social media as soon as possible.