Reactathon has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Learn more here. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Statement on COVID-19

We have been monitoring the situation with regards to the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). If the situation progresses, it may have implications on the conference. Some other conferences have been cancelled or postponed. However, the majority of these conferences are massive international conferences, or conferences in high-risk zones. At the moment, San Francisco has 0 confirmed cases and local health officials and authorities are taking a proactive approach towards preventing and containing outbreaks. Additionally, 96% of Reactathon attendees are from the United States, which remains a low-risk country as of March 1. We remain optimistic that the conference will happen as planned, but have prepared the following contingencies:
  • Conference runs locally. In the event of global travel restrictions, we may need to restrict access accordingly. At the moment, we have no attendees from high-risk areas.
  • Conference is postponed to a later date. In the event of government restrictions of gatherings or a pandemic, we will postpone the conference to a more suitable date.
To help alleviate concern and to minimize risk, we will take many steps and precautions at the event to prevent transmission, as instructed by health officials.

    Financial Implications

    Conference Tickets. If the event moves forward as planned, we cannot issue refunds for cases other than government-issued travel restrictions. In the case of postponement, your ticket will be transferred to the new date of the conference. We will not be issuing refunds due to event postponement.
      Workshop Tickets. In the event that the in-person workshops are cancelled, we will run them online. Attendees will be refunded 20% of their workshop ticket to compensate for the lack of in-person experience.
        We remain optimistic that the conference will move forward as planned. We will publish updates here and announce them on Twitter (@reactathon), and also inform all ticketholders with email updates.

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