Safety measures for RIGA COMM


The additional safety restrictions currently adopted in the country stipulate that during RIGA COMM:

      • Visitors must wear a mouth and nose covering (face mask or shield). Disposable face masks will be available at the venue.
      • We recommend downloading the Stop Covid app.


In conferences:

        • The number of listeners in each conference will be controlled.
        • Personalized seating will be provided for conference attendees.
        • Entrance ticket, invitation or participant badge must be registered before or during the event at
        • You must bring an identity document.


As of 10 June 2020, Kipsala International Exhibition Centre resumed running exhibitions and, under the conditions presented in the Cabinet Regulation No. 360 of 9 June 2020, the organiser provides the following:

            • no more than 1800 persons allowed to the exhibition hall at the same time, which is 50% of the total number of persons that publicly accessible space and infrastructure can accommodate. Total space of Kipsala International Exhibition Centre is 14 000 m²;
            • at least 4 m² of publicly accessible space per one visitor;
            • entirely separate visitor entry and exit flows;
            • at least 3 m wide aisles between the rows of exhibition stands;
            • publicly available information on the maximum number of people allowed to the exhibition grounds at the same time;
            • seminars and conferences held in the exhibition venue shall take place in fully enclosed spaces, monitoring the maximum number of participants.


The Cabinet Regulations on “Epidemiological Safety and Counter-Epidemic Measures to Restrict the Spread of COVID-19” include provisions regulating the regional, national or international exhibitions, aimed at promoting culture, business development, marketing, lifestyle and innovation.

Find out more information on safety measures at BT 1 exhibitions.