COVID-19 VISITOR INFORMATION (last updated on 12.16.20)
With COVID-19 safety protocols in place for your protection, our businesses in the Greenbrier Valley are open and welcoming visitors.
The Governor of West Virginia has mandated key safety guidelines to maintain consistency throughout the state. See below for updates.
- #MaskUpWV - By executive order, face coverings must be worn in all indoor, public spaces. At restaurants, it may be removed when actively eating or drinking. The requirement does not apply to children under 9 or people who have trouble breathing with a mask. Please be patients with our frontline workers as all businesses are expected to ensure compliance.
- Social gatherings are limited to 25 people. This order from the governor does not apply to any activity, business or entity that has been deemed essential, such as religious services, weddings, or group meetings, conferences or other special events. Such gatherings will need to plan for social distancing between attendees based on CDC recommendations.
- Restaurants are seating at 50% capacity inside with several also offering outdoor dining when weather permits.
- Currently, all fairs, festivals, and similar events, as well as indoor and outdoor concerts, are prohibited.
- Please click HERE for local restaurant, bakery and bar information.
- The Greenbrier resort is open to overnight and day visitors. Services are available including dining, spa services, golf courses, pools, casino, bunker tours, and many other activities.
- The Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center is open. The staff is also available by LiveChat, phone and email, Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 304-645-1000, email@example.com
- For a detailed list of safety procedures the CVB has implemented at the visitors center, click HERE.
With most West Virginia businesses open, the state recommends that we all continue to practice social distancing and healthful hygiene habits.
- Continue to practice good hygiene, including:
- Regular use of hand sanitizer and thorough hand-washing with soap
- Avoid face touching
- Sneeze or cough into a tissue or the inside of your elbow
- Frequently disinfect items and surfaces after use
- Use face coverings in public places where social distancing is difficult
- People feeling sick should stay home
- High-risk populations should continue to limit time out in the community
This outbreak has caused challenges on a global scale, but it's our friends and families and their wellbeing that we all hold most dear. We wish you and yours good health and look forward to seeing you soon.