Status of Traveling in Southern Indiana

Updated March 7, 2022

Southern Indiana's hospitality industry welcomes you back to our hotels, shops, events, and attractions. Nothing is more important than the safety of our residents, visitors, and employees. We invite you to travel, explore our communities, discover fun places, and make new memories!

All attractions and events are subject to changes and closures. We recommend confirming the status of attractions and upcoming events by reaching out directly to the attraction, venue, or ticket provider before you go. 

Public Health Emergency Concludes March 4, 2022

On March 3, 2022, Gov. Holcomb announced that the state of Indiana will be concluding the public health emergency declaration that began on March 6, 2020, and ended on March 4, 2022. You can review the most recent executive order here. 

Face coverings 

Face coverings are not required for those who are fully vaccinated. According to CDC guidelines, face coverings are still required for those who are not fully vaccinated. 

In addition, they are also required in the following situations: 
•    In indoor public spaces
•    On public transportation services 
•    In outdoor areas where social distancing is not possible. 

Exceptions include 
•    Children younger than 2 years old
•    Medical purposes 
•    Strenuous physical activity
•    While eating and drinking 

Face coverings are also recommended for people who are in higher-risk categories, such as those individuals who are immune-compromised, etc. 

Local Guidelines in SoIN 

To find out what health officials require in SoIN (Clark and Floyd counties), please visit this page often. You can also check with the Clark County Health Department and the Floyd County Health Department where officials update their county’s guidelines. 

See the latest Covid-19 recommendations for Floyd County on their website or Facebook page. 

See the latest info from the Clark County Health Department at their website or on their Facebook page.

Vaccination status: Some businesses and events might ask for proof of vaccination. Your vaccination card, photo/photocopy of vaccination card, or other printout/photo of vaccine records with your name are some acceptable forms of proof.

•    The State of Indiana shares state-wide updates and advice.
•    The U.S. Travel Association offers healthy travel practices and guidance for travelers.
•    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention features the latest global updates, health and travel information, and guidance for large gatherings.
•    The World Health Organization offers advice, reports, and updates on the outbreak.


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