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COVID-19 Resources and Research 

The health and safety of all visitors to Las Vegas are paramount and the Las Vegas Visitors and Convention Authority (LVCVA) is committed to providing our visitors, community and industry partners with accurate and timely information about traveling to the destination, as well as to ensure that we continue to provide a safe environment for those who are visiting.

The LVCVA continues to work closely with state and local officials, public health officials, and partners in the hospitality industry to keep the city and its residents safe and healthy, as we know that many of those most significantly impacted include hospitality workers and businesses. While we work every day on the destination’s response to the virus, we are also preparing our industry for recovery.

The LVCVA’s citywide Vegas Smart campaign was launched to encourage visitors to stay smart and stay healthy while enjoying the destination. For more information, as well as links to each resort partner’s healthy and safety plan, click here.

 

LATEST NEWS

April 29, 2021

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has transferred COVID-19 mitigation measures to local authority and effective May 1 capacities in Las Vegas increase to 80 percent. The state-wide goal is that every county will be able to fully reopen at 100% capacity by June 1. Nevada’s mask mandate remains in place.

  • Everyone is required to wear face coverings in indoor and outdoor public spaces.

  • Restaurants, casinos, attractions, retail establishments and more will be open at 80% capacity, with 3-foot social distancing in place.

  • Restaurants may seat up to 12 people per table or groups of up to four at bar seating, as long as capacity and social distancing requirements are met.

  • Meetings and conventions, entertainment venues and large group gatherings may operate at 80 percent capacity with approval through the Clark County Recovery Organization Enforcement Workgroup.

Visitors should check directly with resorts, attractions and other experiences for full details around operations and compliance with health and safety protocols.

Show organizers should check directly with the convention sales manager at their event’s host property or venue for full details around operations and compliance with reopening protocols.

Nevada’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has launched COVID Trace, a digital contact tracing app designed to slow the spread of COVID-19. For more information on COVID Trace, click here.

For more information and resources, refer to Clark County’s Local Mitigation and Enforcement Plan.

 

March 15, 2021

  • Restaurants, casinos, attractions, retail establishments and more are open with 6-foot social distancing in place.

  • Everyone is required to wear face coverings in indoor and outdoor public spaces.

  • Restaurants can seat up to six people per table.

  • Public gatherings have increased to 250 people or to 50 percent of capacity, whichever number is lower.

  • Meetings and conventions, entertainment venues and large group gatherings may operate at 50 percent capacity with approval through the state’s Department of Business and Industry.

 

Governor Sisolak announced April 13 that the state-wide goal is that every county will be able to fully reopen at 100% capacity by June 1. The mask mandate will stay in place.

Visitors should check directly with resorts, attractions and other experiences for full details around operations and compliance with health and safety protocols.

Show organizers should check directly with the convention sales manager at their event’s host property or venue for full details around operations and compliance with reopening protocols.

Nevada’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has launched COVID Trace, a digital contact tracing app designed to slow the spread of COVID-19. For more information on COVID Trace, click here.

For more information and resources regarding Gov. Sisolak’s Updated Guidance for Safe Gatherings, please visit nvhealthresponse.nv.gov.

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As we all experience the unprecedented impact of the coronavirus on the economy of Southern Nevada, below are additional resources to help us navigate to eventual recovery.  

Local and State Resources

Research and Data Resources

Federal Government Resources

Tourism Industry Associations