Visit Las Vegas During The Covid-19 Pandemic

If you are about to visit Las Vegas you should know that due to the Covid-19 Pandemic there are different restrictions and requirements to be in the "Sin City" whether you are an American citizen or a foreigner.

Since the beginning of the Pandemic in March 2020, Las Vegas account 504,000 confirmed cases and more than 7,200 deaths due to Covid-19.

Las Vegas is the largest city in Clark County with 2.67 million people (73% of the total population of the state of Nevada).

Here is what you should know about visiting Las Vegas until this health contingency is over:

  1. Since February 10, the state of Nevada has allowed its population not to wear masks in closed areas.

  2. Thanks to the successful vaccination program in the United States, there are no longer any restrictions for travelers within the country.

  3. For foreigners or Americans living abroad, Covid tests and proof of vaccination will be required to enter this country.

  4. There are very limited exceptions for visiting Las Vegas, specifically for children and minors under 18 years of age who are not vaccinated.

  5. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States, it is still necessary to wear a facemask in transportation centers and public transportation.

  6. Finally, the CDC recommends American citizens who are not yet vaccinated to delay their travel as long as possible to avoid a new wave of contagions.

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