Health and safety

Will there be a health screening process for WTW22?

NTEA is no longer requiring attendees to use the CLEAR app or answer health screening questions to pick up an event badge. The CLEAR system and health screening process were adopted and put in place in late fall as additional layers to help provide a reassuring, productive business environment for WTW22 attendees during a time of uncertainty regarding COVID infection rate trends. In the current environment, NTEA has determined these steps are no longer necessary.

Will masks be required at Work Truck Week?
While neither Indianapolis, Marion County nor the State of Indiana have mask mandates, NTEA supports the right of anyone to wear a mask while at WTW22. We encourage all attendees and exhibitors to take appropriate, personal precautions to maximize their comfort level at the event.

I’m traveling to WTW22 from outside the U.S. What do I need to know?
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publishes regularly updated information on travel and U.S. entry requirements for international travelers. 

Will COVID testing be offered at WTW22? 

WTW22 exhibitors and attendees can receive a COVID test on-site in Wabash 1. Book your appointment here during these times:
Tuesday, March 8
noon-4 p.m.
Wednesday, March 9
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Thursday, March 10
8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Friday, March 11
8 a.m.-noon

Downtown Indianapolis also offers several testing sites in close proximity to Indiana Convention Center. Get more information at