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COVID-19 Info for Greater Philadelphia

Updates and recommendations on how to responsibly explore Philadelphia and the Countryside...

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Travel Responsibly: As the region recovers from COVID-19, safety guidelines have evolved at attractions, restaurants, shops and hotels. Advance tickets or reservations remain recommended or necessary at many spots. Your best bet: Check online or call ahead.

COVID-19 Travel Summary

Last updated March 2, 2022

Getting out and about in Philadelphia and the Countryside? Start here for a regularly updated at-a-glance look at what’s open. Please contact specific destinations for detailed information to plan your visit.

Hotels

Open  — Most hotels in the region are open with safety precautions in place.

Attractions

Open — Most indoor museums and attractions are open. Some may require masks or recommend advance ticket purchases.

Dining

Open — Outdoor and indoor dining is open. Some businesses may require proof of vaccination and/or mask wearing for indoor dining.

Retail

Open — Shops are open. Some individual stores may require masks.

Parks

Open —Parks and outdoor recreation destinations are open. 

 

 

 

Led by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia and its four surrounding counties — Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery — have transitioned into a new period of COVID-19 recovery.

That means, with health and well-being still a top priority, residents and visitors can enjoy things to do in Greater Philadelphia with evolved guidelines and safety measures. As of March 2, 2022:

  • The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is aligned with CDC guidelines that allow fully vaccinated people to resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial regulations, including local business and workplace guidelines.
  • The City of Philadelphia has instituted a system of criteria to respond to changing COVID-19 levels. As of March 2, 2022, the city is in Level 1, which eliminates vaccine and mask requirements while in indoor public places. However, vaccination and/or mask requirements may continue to exist at individual businesses; patrons should check with each business individually to know what to expect. Additionally, people are still required to wear a mask on planes, buses, trains and other forms of public transportation.

VISIT PHILADELPHIA is united with public health agencies, government and elected officials, industry colleagues and you — the Greater Philadelphia community and our visitors — to support visitors, residents and employees throughout Philadelphia and the Countryside.

Read on for more information about health and safety and how to visit Philadelphia and the Countryside now.

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