Spokane Region Travel Advisory
Current Advisory: Yes, We're Open
Update: Proof of Vaccination or negative COVID test at most large Washington events beginning Nov. 15
As of November 15th, those wishing to enter most large events in Washington will be required to prove they’re fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or they’ve tested negative for the virus within 72 hours. It applies to everyone over the age of 11 trying to enter indoor events of at least 1,000 people or outdoor events of at least 10,000 people. For now, the order applies only to ticketed and registered events with "defined entrances," such as conventions, concerts, sporting events, fairs and theme parks.
Read more here.
Statewide Mask Mandate
On August 18, 2021, the Washington state governor announced a statewide mask mandate to all individuals regardless of vaccination status. On June 30, 2021, Washington state fully reopened and all industry sectors previously covered by the Roadmap to Recovery Phased Reopening (with limited exceptions for large indoor events) returned to usual capacity and operations.
For more information visit the Governor's Office website.
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What to Expect When You Visit
The Spokane region prides itself on its friendly nature. While many businesses are open and welcoming guests, these times remain uncertain. Still, you will find plenty of things to do. We simply encourage visitors to Spokane to take personal responsibility for researching and adhering to current safety protocols as well as traveling with a positive, flexible mindset accepting of the circumstances.
One of the best things the Spokane region has to offer is an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities that tend to provide greater opportunities for social distancing. You’ll want your mask with you at all times in case you come upon a crowded trail or parking lot, but the opportunities to enjoy parks, hiking, biking, and water recreation are countless. RecreateResponsibly.org offers great advice on how to protect yourself, others, and the outdoors in these unusual times.
Spokane COVID-19 FAQ
For answers to frequently asked questions and a long list of resource links to help you research before you travel, please visit our FAQ page.