With the rising COVID breakthrough cases and as the Delta variant continues to spread, AAEM has determined that it is in the best interest of our members and attendees to postpone the XIth Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress until September 2022.
We also understand that many hospitals, institutions, and governments are considering and/or have already reinstated travel bans that could prevent you, an invited speaker, and others, from traveling this fall.
If You are Registered for MEMC21
If you have already registered for MEMC21, you will have the option to transfer your registration fees to the 2022 meeting or receive a full refund. Please let us know if you would like to transfer your registration or receive a refund.
If You Booked Your Hotel and/or Flight for MEMC21
The meeting hotel, the InterContinental Malta, will be automatically cancelling all hotel registrations that are under our housing block; therefore, if you booked your hotel under the MEMC21 housing block, you do not need to take any action to cancel your hotel reservation. If you booked your hotel room outside of the MEMC21 housing block, you are responsible for canceling your hotel reservation.
If you booked your flight, you will need to contact your airline directly to cancel any flights booked and to arrange a refund or travel credit.
The health and safety of our physicians and their patients will always be our top priority. Each one of you has been on the frontlines of this pandemic and have likely seen firsthand the challenges it has brought. AAEM thanks you for everything you do, and we look forward to seeing you next September 2022.
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Lisa A. Moreno, MD MS MSCR FAAEM FIFEM