Health and Safety at MWC Las Vegas

The latest travel advice

Open for Business

Las Vegas is open and we’re excited to welcome everyone back to business, safely and without restrictions. In fact, our new venue was the first facility in Nevada to be awarded the Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) STAR facility accreditation by ISSA – designed to control the risks associated with infectious agents, including the virus responsible for COVID-19.

Stay Updated

As we all know, situations can change, so make sure you keep up to date on the latest guidance from the CDC. For international travelers, visit the State Travel Advisories.

and check with your airline for up-to-date information on traveling to the U.S. And if you’re you can also check Nevada Health Response for updates on state and county requirements.

Health and Safety FAQs

Are masks required?

  • The State of Nevada lifted mask mandates effective Feb 10, 2022. For MWCLV22, masks are not required, but are recommended for those not fully vaccinated or those high-risk individuals.

Are vaccinations required?

  • The state of Nevada and the City of Las Vegas do not require attendees to be vaccinated for attendance in conferences and tradeshows.

What COVID-19 safety measures are in place at the Las Vegas Convention Center?

  • The LVCC has achieved the Global Biorisk Advisory Council® (GBAC) STAR™ accreditation – the gold standard for venues focused on health, including cleanliness and infection control.

Is COVID-19 testing required?

  • The state of Nevada and the City of Las Vegas do not require testing for conferences and tradeshows.

Is social distancing required?

  • Currently, there are no social distancing restrictions in place for the state of Nevada or the City of Las Vegas.

What are the requirements for international attendees?

What do I do if feeling unwell during the event?

  • If you feel unwell during the event, our first aid is available during event hours, however if you believe you might have been exposed to COVID-19, we ask that you leave the venue.

What should I do if I have tested positive?

  • If you have tested positive for COVID-19, we ask that you do not attend the event.

Where can I find information about questions or concerns about travelling and monkeypox?