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Your Las Vegas COVID-19 Travel Guide

Find out what's required for travel, where to test and where to get your vaccines in Las Vegas.

With new variants regularly popping up and the holidays underway, keeping track of Covid-19 rules and regulations is key to planning any getaway. It’s essential (now more than ever) to make sure you keep track of any requirements at your destination.

Your Las Vegas COVID-19 Travel Guide

As Las Vegas continues to move forward, here are some helpful tips to keep you safe and well on your Las Vegas vacation. 

Travel to America

Make sure to check the Centers For Disease Control (CDC) website for any updates in travel requirements and restrictions. Currently, all international travel to the United States requires proof of full vaccination. If you are traveling from outside of the United States, you will also be required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test no more than one day prior to boarding your flight. 

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Passengers Board a Flight Fully Masked (©Andrew Donovan)

Indoor Mask Mandate

Las Vegas has been consistently considered an area of high transmission, so masks are still commonly required indoors and are suggested for crowded outdoor areas. At this time, proof of vaccination or recent negative test results are not required for entry to businesses but may be required for large entertainment and sporting events based on venue rules. Regarding isolation and quarantine, the CDC recently updated their guidelines on December 27, 2021,  shortening the recommended isolation period from ten to five days if asymptomatic. Masks are still advised for the remaining five days to minimize the risk of passing along the infection to others. 

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A Close Look at COVID-19 (©Fusion Medical Animation)

Vaccination Eligibility

Everyone over the age of five is currently eligible to be vaccinated in the state of Nevada. The list below outlines several locations near the Las Vegas Strip for testing and vaccination. If you don’t have transportation, Ready is also a service that comes to you for testing and non-emergency care. 

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COVID-19 Vaccine Vial (©Daniel Schludi)

Where to Get Tested 

On Point Covid Testing
3601 W Sahara Ave #207, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Appointments required, near Sahara Las Vegas

Test Pro
3377 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Appointments are required, and Test Pro is located inside Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian Resort.

Elite Medical Center
150 E. Harmon Ave.
Elite Medical Center is located near Planet Hollywood. Both antigen and PCR testing are available.

CVS Pharmacy
3758 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Testing and vaccinations are available by appointment; CVS Pharmacy is located near Park MGM. 

Southern Nevada Health District
UNLV Paradise Campus Parking Lot
851 E. Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Vaccinations are available via drive-thru only. 

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COVID-19 Swab Test (©Mufid Majnun)

Socially Distant Things To Do

If you still feel more comfortable keeping a distance on your trip, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the best hikes in Las Vegas. If you’re traveling with a group and are hoping to explore with your bubble, here are some fantastic group activities. Plenty of restaurants are still offering pick-up and delivery options, and these are some of the best at-home and in-room spots for upscale to-go