Your Safety at ICE London

COVID Guidance

At ICE London your safety is our number one priority. 

In line with the latest UK Government guidance, ICE London no longer requires COVID passports to access the venue. Despite this we will still be taking responsible steps to ensure the event is protected from COVID transmission. Please see below for our latest guidance and biosafety measures:

Self-Assessment – Before coming to ICE each day  we ask everyone to take the time to self-assess. Are you feeling well? Do you have any symptoms of COVID including  high fever, a continuous cough, change in your sense of smell or taste? If you have any of symptoms of COVID-19 please stay away.

Risk Assessment – We will still assess the prevalence of COVID-19 and assess each element of the event and implement appropriate measures to eliminate or reduce the likelihood of transmission at our event. 

Cleaning, Hygiene & Ventilation – A more regular and deep cleaning regime, the provision of sanitising stations, ensuring adequate ventilation and the wearing of PPE (personal protection equipment) for key hygiene staff means we reduce the likelihood of the virus being spread. 

Mask Friendly Event - Wearing a face covering or mask will not be compulsory at ICE London, per the UK Government guidance. Exhibitors and attendees are however welcome to wear them should they wish.

Communication & Training – We have continued to communicate all the relevant information on biosafety measures with our audience via our website, newsletter and press releases. Onsite, our exhibitors and guests will be advised of how they can help keep the event safe via signage reminding them of the basics; regular hand washing, making extra space and covering coughs and sneezes. 

Our exhibitors will be required to consider COVID-19 transmission on their participation risk assessment. Exhibitors have been asked to consider their specific stand activities and how measures can be put in place to eliminate or reduce transmission of the virus. This provides an extra level of protection when you visit their stands. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What do I have to do to travel to England for ICE London 2023?

You do not need to complete a UK passenger locator form before you travel, take any COVID-19 tests or quarantine when you arrive in England. This applies whether you are vaccinated or not.

I need to 'Fit to Fly' test to return home. Where can I get one?

Please contact with; the country you will be returning to, the type of test required and the location of your accommodation during ICE and our team will advise you of the closest testing provider.

What do I do if I develop COVID-19 symptoms whilst at ICE London?

If you have any of the symptoms of COVID-19 you should stay away from the show and arrange a PCR test as soon as possible. Public Health Service advice is to return to your accommodation and avoid contact with other people. 

Of course COVID-19 guidance changes rapidly and therefore our team will continue to adjust our guidance in order to ensure it is appropriate. This page will be kept up to date with our latest approach and we encourage you to check it on a regular basis.

If you have a specific question about how we will protect our attendees against COVID-19 at ICE please reach out to us on

Last updated on 01-04-22

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