COVID-19 Coronavirus Travel Info

COVID-19 Coronavirus Travel Info

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5.12.22

Please be aware that onsite COVID testing services will only be available at RNO through Sunday, May 22. After this date, there will no longer be COVID testing services at the airport. Please visit https://nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/ or call the Governor's office at 775-684-5670 for the most up-to-date information.

4.18.22

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has advised us they will no longer be enforcing the directive that requires masking in the airport. We know that travelers and employees might have mixed feelings to this change in enforcement and we ask everyone to be kind about the choice to wear a mask or not while traveling.

Please check with your airline when it comes to their mask requirements while flying. The CDC continues to recommend masks in indoor public transportation settings.

1.4.22

Masks are still required at RNO per federal mandate. RNO imposes no additional mandates beyond what is outlined in federal and Nevada state guidelines.  For the most up-to-date information, visit https://nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/ or call the Governor's office at 775-684-5670.

The need for a negative COVID test or proof of vaccine/booster is dependent upon your destination, so it’s best to ask your airline prior to departure.

WellHealth, a third-party testing provider, continues to offer COVID-19 testing for ticketed passengers flying within 72-hours of departure. WellHealth offers Rapid Antigen test results in 15 minutes ($60) and the lab-based Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) in 48-72 hours ($135). Health insurance information can be added during the registration process. Online registration is required through www.wellhealthtest.com

3.22.21

COVID -19 TESTING NOW AVAILABLE FOR PASSENGERS
WellHealth, a third-party testing provider, is offering COVID-19 testing for ticketed passengers flying within 72-hours of departure. WellHealth offers Rapid Antigen test results in 15 minutes ($60) and the lab-based Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) in 48-72 hours ($135). Health insurance information can be added during the registration process.

The WellHealth testing location at RNO is in the main terminal, pre-security, near Baggage Claim Door D and will operate daily from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Online registration is required through www.wellhealthtest.com although walk-up travelers who register will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Traveling to Hawaii?  WellHealth is NOT currently an approved testing partner through the state of Hawaii. Only test results from https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel-partners/ will be accepted.

Hawaii official website: https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel/

For information and questions during regular business hours, contact WellHealth at 530-428-6604 or 530-428-6509. Messages left on this number are monitored regularly.

Questions may also be directed to support@wellhealthtest.com or RNO WellHealth Manager, Kelly Tennant, at kelly.tennant@wellhealth.studio.

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RNO imposes no additional mandates beyond what is outlined in federal and Nevada state guidelines.  For the most up-to-date information, visit https://nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/ or call the Governor's office at 775-684-5670.

11.25.20 Effective 11/25/20, all travelers arriving into LAX from another state or country are required to fill out an online form, acknowledging they understand California's travel advisory. Find the form at Travel.LAcity.org
11.24.20 Nevada's Governor announces additional restrictions.  Click on the link below for more information.
https://gov.nv.gov/News/Press/2020/Governor_Sisolak_announces_additional_restrictions_
to_help_slow_the_spread_of_COVID19_in_Nevada/
6.26.20 Face masks/face coverings are required inside the airport by order of the Nevada Governor.
10.13.20 UPDATE:  Check your airline's requirements, as those with holes in the covering (including those with exhalation valves or those made solely of materials like mesh or lace fabrics) may not be accepted.
6.19.20 The Reno-Tahoe International Airport terminal is open to all visitors - not just passengers. Face coverings are encouraged. Customer Service Representatives are available Monday-Friday during peak travel hours to offer complimentary face coverings to anyone who needs one.
6.1.20 "Things to RNO" is a quick factsheet describing the ways we Move You, Safely, and advises RNO passengers on COVID-19 related travel issues. READ HERE.
5.4.20 Several airlines now require masks or facial coverings for passengers who board their aircraft. When you do travel, please check with your airline prior to arriving at RNO. Airlines are also adhering to other safety measures including social distancing by not filling aircraft and using upgraded means to disinfect aircraft. Be an informed traveler by educating yourself on the state-specific COVID-19 guidelines at your final destination.
4.1.20 Low passenger numbers continue to force flight cancellations on a daily basis. Some non-stop routes have been removed from schedules in June and July. These actions allow the airlines to manage aircraft time and low passenger loads. We do not anticipate the cuts will be permanent. These are unprecedented times. Unfortunately, at this time, there is no way for the airport to know how service will be impacted in the coming months as the nation recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

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