The new version will be held between October 26-28, 2021. For the first time, the most important fair of the health sector in Chile, Expo Salud will be held in hybrid format between October 26-28, 2021, in Espacio Riesco. The objective of this version having both a face-to-face and a virtual format through the Expo Salud Connect platform is to allow everyone to participate in the venue or from anywhere using any device, should international travel restrictions remain. This new version will also have opportunities for networking, both on the premises and through our virtual platform, Expo Salud Connect, which will allow exhibitors and visitors to interact in both formats. In addition, we will have a greater national and international coverage. There will be access to the exhibit from anywhere and at any time, we will have customizable stands in the face-to-face version through QR codes, and permanent updates in virtual stands. The virtual platform will also have an open Marketplace where companies can display products and services with fast and advanced search filters for easy navigation of visitors, which may also be enjoyed while visiting the site. Those attending the meeting will also be able to schedule meetings in advance to be held on the virtual platform or in person at the fair. During the days of the exhibit, the exhibiting companies may also display their products and technologies to potential buyers through live demonstrations in the live Showroom, in order to be able to respond to personalized customer queries. International congress In parallel to the exhibit, the International Health Meeting in Chile (EISACH) will also be held, aimed at discussing strategic sector matters. This important meeting, which is to include the participation of the most senior health sector authorities and professionals, will be held live at the exhibit, via streaming, and on demand subsequent to each event through Expo Salud Connect. The organizers of the event underscored that the exhibit will be carried out with the highest safety standards, for which the organization is currently working on updating all sanitary protocols.