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Current Status: Mitigation Measures

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Travel & Visitors

Travel & Visitors

The following Travel Guidelines have been developed for travelers entering, departing, or returning to the State of Nevada. Traveler must follow state and local requirements, and at a minimum, avoid large indoor gatherings, maintain social distancing, and always wear a face covering.

RULES OF THE ROAD:

You should NOT travel if you fall into any of the following categories:

IF you travel, make sure to do the following:

Before you decide to travel to or from Nevada, do an assessment of the following:

[SOURCE: CDC]

WEAR YOUR FACE COVERING: The State of Nevada requires all residents and visitors to wear a face covering. If you plan to travel by air to Nevada, make sure to bring face coverings and prepare to wear them throughout your visit.

WHO SHOULD YOU TRAVEL WITH?

Similar to other activities, it is recommended that individuals come in close contact with members of their own household when traveling. Every time you come in close proximity with someone outside of your household for an extended period of time, you increase your risk of COVID-19 exposure.

If you must travel with members outside of your immediate household, it’s critical that you first assess whether any of your potential travel companions have tested positive, may have been exposed to a positive case, or are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19. Additionally, all travel companions must strictly adhere to all face covering and social distancing requirements mandated by all of the Western Pact states.

AIR TRAVEL:

While there is currently no federal requirement that air travelers wear a mask or face covering when they fly, many airlines have crafted their own policies that mandate use for travelers. Regardless of each individual airline’s policy, all travelers to and from Nevada should wear a mask or face covering during air travel for the entire duration of the flight. Additionally, travelers should always wear a face covering in both departure and arrival airports, and should avoid unnecessary time spent at airports pre-boarding.

CAR TRAVEL:

Minimize stops: Map out your trip in advance to minimize stops for gas, food, or bathroom breaks as much as possible. Any stops can result in increased contact with others. When you do make a stop, ALWAYS wear a face covering, maintain safe social distancing, and wash your hands.

Wear a Face Covering: If you are traveling in car with people who are not members of your household, everyone should wear a face covering for the duration of the car ride.

Be Prepared: When you’re packing for your road trip, make sure to include face coverings for all travelers, hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes and/or paper towels, a box of disposable gloves. It is also recommended that travelers bring their own beverages and snacks.

Get Some Air: Whenever possible, it’s recommended that windows are rolled down to decrease the amount of time the virus particles can be in the air in a confined space.

RESOURCES FOR TRAVELERS

If you are traveling to or from Nevada, we encourage you to review the state-specific COVID-19 resources listed below:

STATE OF NEVADA COVID-19 information website: www.NVHealthResponse.nv.gov

LAS VEGAS / CLARK COUNTY (Southern Nevada Area)

RENO / WASHOE COUNTY (Northern Nevada Area)

DOWNLOAD THE NEVADA COVID TRACE APP TO YOUR SMARTPHONE

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There are no health-related road closures in place at this time. When driving to, from and throughout Nevada you can find updated Nevada highway conditions – including any potential weather-related closures – by logging onto nvroads.com or dialing 511 before driving. Also, you can download the NVRoads app on your mobile device for state highway updates.

Nevadans urged to avoid travel to the greatest extent practicable.

Airports

McCarran International Airport

Reno-Tahoe International

Aamtrack

Greyhound

RTC

After Travel Recommendations for Travelers

CDC’s after travel recommendations for international and domestic travel can be found on the following pages:

Nevada Ski Season / General Travel Guidance 2020-2021

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