Due to the declared end of the COVID-19 public health emergency and falling infection numbers, MileHiCon will provide only recommendations and best practices to attendees, staff, and volunteers. This page’s goal is to provide attendees with an overview and details of best practices before attending the convention, in order to best keep themselves safe.

We encourage every individual to make informed decisions about attending our events in the best interest of their own health as well as the health of others. We will continue to update these policies and protocols as they are available, so be sure to check this page often for the most up-to-date information.

While MileHiCon cannot guarantee that its participants will not become infected with COVID-19 or other illnesses, MileHiCon will, at a minimum, comply with all federal, state, and local laws, mandates, and requirements, including masking, social distancing, limiting attendance, postponing and/or canceling an event, if required. MileHiCon reserves the right to modify requirements or limits for attending or participating in an event, including by requiring masks and/or vaccinations. By attending our events you agree to abide by entry requirements in effect at the time of the event. Before you attend MileHiCon, please be sure to visit our website for the latest COVID-19 information.

While MileHiCon is not requiring the following for any attendees, we still recommend that everyone do the following:

  • Get vaccinated and boosted for COVID, if appropriate;
  • Wear a medical quality mask while attending the event; and
  • Obtain a negative COVID test result prior to attending the event.

By attending this event you agree to abide by entry requirements in effect at the time of the event.

Please note: these policies apply to all attendee groups, including but not limited to exhibitors, guests, staff, press, professionals, volunteers, and cosplayers. Be aware that adjustments may need to be made to policies and guidelines during the event in order to ensure the health and safety of all attendee groups, so we ask that everyone please follow the directions on informational signage and from all staff.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is a good resource and we encourage you to visit this site often for up-to-date information on preventative measures.