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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In light of recent developments, and out of an abundance of caution, EUCI is moving all courses between now and April 10 to ONLINE ONLY. Large events, such as our annual conferences coming up in March and April, are being postponed to later in the year. Be assured that we will continue to closely monitor the situation following guidelines and recommendations made by national and Colorado authorities. We take this issue seriously and will ensure the most prudent measures to protect the health and safety of all attendees.

If you are experiencing travel restrictions or are concerned about the Coronavirus, please see EUCI’s response to this situation here: https://www.euci.com/coronavirus-response

Remote attendance via video conference is now available for all of our events!

 

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