Registration. At least 2 meters between attendees queuing will need to be enforced. Looking at what supermarkets are currently implementing may give you an indication of where we are heading.
Signage. Physical signage displaying and enforcing the correct distance will need to be implemented at registration and along key routes, as well as in common areas such as where F&B will be served.
Room layout. The room layout of the event will need to be redesigned to reflect a distance of 2 meters between chairs, and you will have to organise a way for people to get to their seats in an orderly fashion that preserves the distance limit.
Self-serving buffets. Is self-service even an option? Seated dining could be the only alternative with attendees spaced out appropriately, staff wearing protective gear, and sanitation being available.
Social activities. One of the most significant draws to in-person events is the networking and socializing component. Handshaking, business card exchanging and the likes are clear violations of the above rules. Networking sessions will need to be guided and structured. Having ‘mixers’ or ‘drinks’ will put event planners under scrutiny.
Travel. If you are planning the travel of your attendees to the venue(s) of your event, you will need to respect distancing in buses or taxis moving attendees around.