Travel Safely During COVID-19
COVID-19 Safety Tips While Traveling
Take precautions while traveling:
- Wear a mask when interacting with others not in your immediate travel party.
- Social distance by 6 feet indoors and outdoors when you are with those not in your immediate travel party.
- Contact businesses prior to arrival. Ask about their procedures, requirements and recommendations. Verify services offered and business hours.
- Avoid touching your face.
- Wash your hands frequently, apply hand sanitizer when possible.
- Disinfect items prior to use or use protective measures. (I.E. gas pumps, door handles, kayak paddle)
- Avoid traveling if you have COVID-19 symptoms.
- Cover your nose and mouth when sneezing or coughing.
- Avoid extended time, while indoors, with groups of people not in your immediate travel party.
For more travel tips visit CDC – Consideration for Travelers
Pulaski County hotels, motels and specialty stays are open! When making reservations ask about procedures and available services.
Pulaski County Restaurants are offering a variety of services; dine-in, carry-out, curbside and delivery. Call before arrival to verify services offered, their procedures and business hours.
Attractions & Recreation
Call before arrival to verify hours of operation and procedures they have implemented during COVID-19. For a listing of activities…..
Fort Leonard Wood
At this time the military installation is closed to visitors. Learn More….
Missouri’s – ShowMeStrong
Information regarding Missouri’s ShowMeStrong. Learn More….
Pulaski County Visitors Center
Update June 1: The Pulaski County Tourism Bureau’s Visitor Center remains open with the following procedures in place to limit exposure for travelers:
- Masks are recommended.
- Mask is worn by staff working with visitors.
- Prior to browsing materials, sanitizer must be applied.
- Curbside and staff assist services are available for those that prefer to not enter and those that prefer to not wear a mask.*
- Survey required; Name and contact information. Information will only be used if an exposure case occurs on premise.*
- Limit on number of travelers, within the Center, to allow proper social distancing.
- Family restroom, allowing 1 travel party at a time.
- Disinfecting and sanitizing of Welcome table, door handles and restroom facilities at noon and 4:30PM each day, or as needed based on increased visitor stops.
*Due to the Center interacting with travelers from across the nation, we are taking precautions to protect against the spread of COVID-19 for our visitors and staff. Thank you for your understanding.
April 28: Pulaski County Tourism Bureau’s Visitors Center in Saint Robert will resume normal operating hours Monday, May 4, 2020. See what steps we are taking to protect your safety and health here: https://visitpulaskicounty.org/pulaski-county-visitors-center-tourists-travelers-visitors-welcome/