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Welcome Back

Las Vegas is open and ready to welcome you back to business, without restrictions involving capacity limits and large gatherings.

In an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in Las Vegas, the State of Nevada has mandated that everyone, including fully vaccinated individuals, wear a mask in public indoor settings, including resorts and casinos, restaurants, bars, showrooms and meeting spaces. The directive aligns with the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance related to mask requirements.

Effective September 2, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has expanded the mask exception for large indoor events to include conventions. The policy expansion provides an option for organizers of conventions with more than 4,000 attendees to choose between requiring masks indoors for all attendees, regardless of vaccination status, OR ensuring that all attendees are vaccinated, in which case fully-vaccinated attendees can remove their masks. This is not a requirement to show proof of vaccination to attend a convention, instead it is an optional exception to the mask requirement if the convention operator chooses to require proof of vaccination for all attendees. More information about the conditions that must be met in order to operate with a mask exception can be found on the Nevada Health Response website.  

Masks are also still required on all public transportation and transportation hubs per CDC guidance.

Those planning to visit Las Vegas should regularly check this page as well as Nevada Health Response for updates on state and county requirement changes.

Visitors should check directly with resorts, attractions and other experiences for full details around operations. For health and wellness protocols regarding meetings and conventions, please contact show management or the venue or hotel property directly for more information.

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