TRAVEL RESPONSIBLY – The Miami Broward One Carnival Host Committee and the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau are working to make Miami Carnival a safe and enjoyable destination event for travelers to attend. See how our destination pledge is being implemented throughout the community.

GREATER MIAMI TRAVEL INFO – If you are planning travel to Greater Miami, we ask that you do so responsibly and practice CDC safety guidelines. Non-U.S. travelers who have recently visited Brazil, the United Kingdom, Ireland and 26 countries in Europe (the Schengen Area) may not enter the U.S. at this time. The Federal Government requires that all travelers to the U.S. produce proof of a recent negative test for COVID-19 test prior to entry and within three days before their flights. The CDC is also recommending periods of self-quarantine or self-isolation after entry into the United States and that travelers get tested 3-5 days after travel. For the most up-to-date information on travel restrictions, please check with the US Department of State and the CDC Guidance for Travel as guidelines and restrictions continue to evolve.

MIAMI DADE COVID GUIDELINES: Miami-Dade County COVID Guidelines There is currently no curfew in Miami-Dade County. Revised Business Guidelines & Industry Recommendations are provided in the COVID Safety Guidelines, A Guidebook for Residents and Commercial Establishments which includes recommendations and best practices for Hotel and Lodging, Food and Beverage (Restaurants), Parks and Outdoor Recreation and Entertainment, and Meeting Venues.

MASK AND FACE COVERINGS: Please be safe! Kindly wrap your face and practice social distancing when you are exploring our beautiful tropical paradise! Miami-Dade County requires key COVID safety precautions including masking, distancing, and disinfecting at all County spaces, including libraries, County parks and County buildings. A federal mask mandate remains in place for public transit, Miami International Airport and PortMiami. Local businesses are no longer mandated to require COVID safety precautions including masking. However, we urge our community to continue using common sense to prevent the spread of the virus and to treat those around you, particularly in public spaces, with respect by keeping your mask on when around those outside your household. The GMCVB’s ‘Stay Safe Wrap Your Face, Vacation Responsibly’, campaign brings awareness to the importance of mask use while enjoying the destination. The creative marketing campaign is designed to educate visitors on the use of masks to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, prioritizing COVID safety by stressing to visitors that to vacation responsibly, you must wear protection. #StaySafeWrapYourFace #Vacation Responsibly #MiamiCarnivalSafe