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COVID-19 Visit Tucson Updates

COVID-19 Information and Resources for Travelers

Important Note: As of June 19, 2020, people in Tucson and Pima County over the age of five years are required to wear a mask in a public setting when physical distancing is not possible. For complete details, visit the Pima County website.

Visit Tucson is committed to providing visitors with accurate information about traveling to our city safely. We are working with the City of Tucson, Pima County, the State of Arizona and local hotels, resorts, and tourism-related businesses to provide updates on how the coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted travel to Tucson. 

Governor Ducey allowed Arizona’s “Stay At Home” order to expire on May 15, 2020. While physical distancing measures are still in place, retail stores, restaurants and pools are open. Not every business is operating at full capacity, so it is important to check with individual businesses to confirm they are open and what steps they’ve taken to ensure cleanliness and safety, if this is a priority for you.

Per the Governor’s executive order on June 29, 2020, bars and nightclubs, gyms, movie theaters, water parks and tubing operators are closed. Resort and hotel pools are open but limited to multiple groups of no more than ten people practicing social distancing. Private events, such as meetings are allowed if physical distancing guidelines are met.

The Arizona Department of Health Services has provided guidance to a variety of business types including restaurants, malls and pools. For more information click here. For enhanced Pima County guidelines, please click here.



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Are you a front line healthcare worker headed to Tucson? Visit Tucson has been working closely with a local organization to house front line healthcare workers. It’s called, the link below will take you to the housing resource.

Traveling to Tucson? We understand lots of people are tired of being cooped up at home. For those of you who are anxious to hit the road, we welcome you to Free Yourself in our wide, open spaces. Find DEALS here.

Wishing you were in Tucson? We get it. For many of you it’s too soon to travel. Why not explore Tucson and southern Arizona from the comfort of your home? Find links to VIRTUAL TOURS here.

Pretending you’re in Tucson? If your days are anything like ours, you’re spending way too much time in online meetings. Surprise your colleagues and friends by taking that next meeting or zoom happy hour from Tucson. Find ZOOM BACKDROPS here.



Links to Additional Resources

Visitor Center Information

The Southern Arizona Heritage & Visitor Center (, 115 N. Church Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701, was temporarily closed March 15, 2020 and will remain closed until further notice.  

Government Resources

Business & Community Resources

Find help for high risk individuals and volunteer opportunities for those who are healthy and able to provide assistance:  

Meetings & Travel Industry Resources 


Advice for Visitors Who Believe They May Have Contracted COVID-19 

  • Download the TMC Now app at The TMC Now (Tucson Medical Center) app (both Apple and Google apps available) gives customers 24/7 access to consultations with Arizona physicians via phone, video or mobile app visits. Use code “Spring20” to reduce the consultation cost to $20. 
  • Visit local urgent care facilities instead of going to hospitals. Check in online to lessen waits. 
  • Do not go to the emergency rooms at local hospitals unless you need emergency room care. 
  • Read the COVID-19 testing criteria at
  • Call 1-800-222-1222. It is the Arizona poison and drug information hotline that is now serving also as a temporary COVID-19 hotline.