COVID-19 Information and Updates

 

CDC Face Covering Guidelines

Together with the City of Twentynine Palms, Visit 29 Palms continues to closely monitor the latest developments and guidance provided by health officials during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The City of Twentynine Palms is following the guidance of the San Bernardino County Health Department, the California Department of Public Health, and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. As hospitality businesses in Twentynine Palms reopen and we look forward to welcoming visitors back to our desert community, we urge everyone to follow best practices and remain diligent in doing your part to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

To find a detailed snapshot of the virus’s impact to Twentynine Palms and across San Bernardino County, please visit the County’s COVID-19 dashboard, either with the desktop view or mobile view. Dashboard information includes the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths, testing locations and a “hospital census” showing local rates of hospital and ICU admissions.

As of June 18, 2020, public health officials now require Californians to wear cloth face coverings or masks in all common and public indoor spaces and outdoors when physical distancing is not possible. Face coverings and masks help reduce the spread of coronavirus, especially when combined with physical distancing and frequent hand washing.

Guidance on traveling safely and responsibly this summer

Traveling to the City of Twentynine Palms and Joshua Tree National Park will look a little different this summer, and will require taking more time to plan. While our hospitality businesses are eager to welcome you back, we kindly ask that you be conscientious of your impact on our small desert community when visiting. To help you do so, Visit 29 Palms has put together a list of 10 tips to travel safely and responsibly this summer.

Visit 29 Palms joins Visit California in its call for safe and responsible travel throughout the state this summer and beyond. We support the Responsible Travel Code which asks visitors to travel with RESPECT by committing to seven best practices when exploring the Golden State.