Rural Tourism COVID19 Reopening Plan-UPDATED 7/27/20

REOPENING NEVADA

UPDATE 07/27/10

New Directive Announced to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19

Bars, pubs, taverns, distilleries, breweries, and wineries that don’t serve food in the following Nevada counties must close effective 11:59 p.m. today to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in the State.

These business must remain counties closed in the following counties:

  • Clark County
  • Elko County
  • Nye County
  • Washoe County

Full release may be found here.

Travel Nevada COVID19 Partner Reopening Guide-UPDATED 07-27-20

 

UPDATE 07/10/10

New Directive Announced to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19

Bars, pubs, taverns, distilleries, breweries, and wineries that don’t serve food in the following Nevada counties must close effective 11:59 p.m. today to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in the State.

These business must remain counties closed in the following counties:

  • Clark County
  • Elko County
  • Humboldt County
  • Lander County
  • Lyon County
  • Nye County
  • Washoe County

Full release may be found here.

Travel Nevada COVID19 Partner Reopening Guide-UPDATED 07-10-20

 

UPDATE 06/26/20

Information on the “No Shirt. No Shoes. No Mask. No Service.” policy for businesss added to the Reopening Guide. Link below

Nevada has long been a leader in hospitality. From blackjack tables to saloon stools, antiques to artifacts, Nevada has always welcomed visitors from around the world with a taste of wide-open freedom and rural charm. We’re in a challenging time, with travel shut down across the globe and people fearing for their health and safety. We know that Nevada’s tourism industry can recover, however, because we’re in this together, and we are resilient, proud, strong, and resourceful.

Travel Nevada has collected best practices and suggested protocols from various service industries and health authorities. We want to empower the tourism industry to be ready when the economy reopens, and visitors begin to travel again.

Download our Rural Tourism Reopening Plan by clicking the link below. The Guide is filled with information about best practices for re-opening in Nevada’s various industries.

Travel Nevada COVID19 Partner Reopening Guide-UPDATED 06-26-20

Included in the Reopening Plan are guidelines for reopening for the following:

  • NEW – “No Shirt. No Shoes. No Mask. No Service.” policy information
  • Restaurants
  • Visitor Centers
  • Retail
  • Museums
  • Activity Vendors
  • Lodging
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Special Events
  • Bars & Saloons
  • Gaming
  • Best Practices
  • Communication
  • Printouts

 

Update 6/3/20

Nevada has long been a leader in hospitality. From blackjack tables to saloon stools, antiques to artifacts, Nevada has always welcomed visitors from around the world with a taste of wide-open freedom and rural charm. We’re in a challenging time, with travel shut down across the globe and people fearing for their health and safety. We know that Nevada’s tourism industry can recover, however, because we’re in this together, and we are resilient, proud, strong, and resourceful.

Travel Nevada has collected best practices and suggested protocols from various service industries and health authorities. We want to empower the tourism industry to be ready when the economy reopens, and visitors begin to travel again.

Download our Rural Tourism Reopening Plan by clicking the link below. The Guide is filled with information about best practices for re-opening in Nevada’s various industries.

Travel Nevada COVID19 Partner Reopening Guide-UPDATED 06-03-20

Included in the Reopening Plan are guidelines for reopening for the following:

  • Restaurants
  • Visitor Centers
  • Retail
  • Museums
  • Activity Vendors
  • Lodging
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Special Events
  • NEW – Bars & Saloons
  • NEW – Gaming
  • Best Practices
  • Communication
  • Printouts