Pima County Adopts Regulations on Attractions, Hotels, and Resorts

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.