Tucson Gem Show 2022 & 2023 is not cancelled.
Masks and vaccination is NOT mandate in the Tucson Gem Show for now. (as of September 2022)
However, please bring your face covering, just in case.
This information is as of September, 2022.
US government requires all foreign nationals traveling to the United States to be fully vaccinated and show proof of vaccination before boarding a U.S. bound plan.
There are no travel restrictions for domestic travel.
Latest News of COVID-19
- 02/02/2022: County taking measures to keep Gem Show from being super spreader
- 01/27/2022: Free COVID-19 testing begins Jan. 25 at Kino Event Center
- 01/27/2022: Pima Community College operates drive-through COVID-19 testing site.
- 01/20/2022: Omicron may be seeing its peak
- 01/04/2022: COVID-19 cases spike in Arizona, Omicron remains highly contagious
- 12/17/2021: Number of COVID-19 omicron variant cases grows in Arizona
- 11/03/2021: International Travel Requirements and Recommendations
- 11/03/2021: Requirement for Proof of Negative COVID-19 Test or Documentation of Recovery from COVID-19
- 09/21/2021: Biden administration to ease restrictions on travel to US in November
- 07/27/2021: Ducey: New CDC mask guidance ‘unnecessary and unhelpful’
- 07/28/2021: Tucson Mayor Regina Romero announces mask requirement for city facilities
COVID-19 restrictions of the Tucson Gem Show
Almost all shows recommend the following.
- Wear face covering
- Social distancing
- Admission limits (depend on booth)
- Temperature check (cannot be 100.4 Fahrenheit/38 Celsius or higher)
- Controlled entries (depend on venues)
- One-way foot traffic
・Uniformed armed security will be onsite.
・There is free masks at the entrance (not all shows)
If you want to know Arizona’s current situation of COVID-19, please see the following links.
- Arizona Department of Health Services: Data Dashboard of Arizona’s COVID-19
- City of Tucson: Daily community status of COVID-19
- City of Tucson: Latest news about Tucson’s COVID-19
- The Arizona Office of Tourism: COVID-19 info for visitors
- Tucson International Airport: Travel Information During COVID-19. They also have daily basis news, frequent questions, and information about quarantine.
- Arizona Daily Star: Tucson-area coronavirus developments
- Free COVID-19 PCR test at Kino Event Center
- Drive-through COVID-19 testing site at Pima Community College West Campus
- Tucson International Airport (TUS): Free COVID-19 Tests for Passengers at TUS
- For the most up-to-date information about free COVID-19 testing locations visit the Pima County Health Department’s website.
- For the most up-to-date vaccine registration information: pima.gov/covid19vaccine