The Pima County Board of Supervisors last week adopted temporary regulations to assist attractions, hotels, and resorts with safe and healthy reopenings while the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing.
Some of those new regulations include temperature checks for all personnel and, when possible, for vendors, contractors, third-party delivery service workers, etc., as they arrive on-site and before the opening of an attraction. Patron wellness checks are recommended, although they are not required. Cloth masks and frequent hand-washing are required for all staff and volunteers.
Other regulations include signage, occupancy limits, physical distancing of 6 feet, hand sanitizer at entrances, and a number of other things.