Based on current COVID-19 indicators and trends in Clark County, Nevada, attendees at the 2021 SEMA Show can expect that face masks will be required while indoors during the event taking place Nov. 2-5, in Las Vegas, Nevada, show organizers announced.
SEMA Show organizers will adhere to the safety measures that are required by state and local health authorities, the organization said, and forecasts indicate that masks will continue to be required indoors when the SEMA Show is held in Las Vegas in early November. There is currently no requirement to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test for trade shows and there is no indication these measures would be in place in November, organizers said.
Las Vegas’ COVID-19 health and safety requirements, currently set by the State of Nevada, are dictated by key indicators, including average number of tests per day, case rates and test positivity rates, according to local health authorities. Numbers and ratings must reach and maintain specific levels for 14 days in order for requirements to change. While key indicators continue to improve in Las Vegas, the current health and safety requirements are not expected to change before the SEMA Show takes place in early November. Therefore, SEMA Showgoers should plan on wearing masks while indoors. Masks would not be required at the SEMA Show features located in more than one million square feet of outdoor space.
Inside the LVCC, operators have installed hospital-grade air filtration systems and earned the GBAC Star Certified rating for cleaning and sanitization for event facilities, the facility said. Expansion into the new West Hall provides more show space, so there will be wider aisles and reduced crowding throughout the entire convention center. Hand-sanitizing stations will also be placed throughout the event, and high-traffic areas will be cleaned daily, organizers said.