Visitors Traveling to Nevada and Nevadans Traveling Outside Nevada
On March 30, 2020, Governor Steve Sisolak issued a travel advisory for the State of Nevada, urging visitors or returning Nevadans to self-quarantine and
monitor their health for 14 days after arriving or returning to Nevada to help contain the spread of COVID-19 in Nevada.
Travelers are urged to self-quarantine and monitor their health for 14 days or the duration of their stay in Nevada, whichever is shorter. Travelers and returning Nevadans should not visit any public place or come into contact with those who are not members of their household unit.
The Governor is also strongly urging Nevadans to avoid non-essential travel during this time period, especially to places where the CDC has issued travel advisories. For Nevada residents who live in communities that border other states, please practice aggressive social distancing if you must cross state lines for essential daily matters. This advisory does not apply to healthcare, public health, public safety, transportation,and food supply essential employees. For more information, click on the links above.
CDC Travel Health Notices inform travelers and clinicians about current health issues that impact travelers’ health, like disease outbreaks, special events or gatherings, and natural disasters, in specific destinations. For updated CDC guidance on current travel advisories, visit the CDC Coronavirus Disease 2019 Information for Travel page.
For additional resources and travel advisories, and to inform your personal travel decisions, please visit:
Nevada Department of Transportation
When driving to, from, and throughout Nevada you can find updated Nevada highway conditions – including any potential weather-related closures – by logging onto www.nvroads.com or dialing 511 before driving. Also, you can download the NVRoads app on your mobile device for state highway updates. For additional information about the Nevada Department of Transportation you can visit their main site, here.