COVID-19 Resources for our Travelers
What we're doing.
Here at Cayuga County Convention and Visitors Bureau we continue to monitor the situation to keep our visiotrs and our businesses informed. We continue to provide information on what there is to do and how you can enjoy the beauty of our county in a safe way. We're highlighting our partner's efforts to ensure you can travel confidently knowing that our tourism partners are doing their part.
The award winning wineries, breweries and restaurants are ready to serve you. Scenic routes and inspiring visitas are ready to wow you, and family run lodging options are ready to host you. As always our travel and tourism professionals are working to ensure that Cayuga County is a destination you can trust to keep you on the top of our mind. You can watch videos of what our partners are doing to reimainge tourism in our area!
What you can do.
It is each of our responsibilities to follow proper hygiene etiquette to ensure everyone’s health and safety and limit the spread of COVID-19. Please ensure that you are following their health and safety protocols so that you can have the best of experiences.
Please make sure to check here for the latest in executive orders and guidence from New York State. NY is using the micro-cluster strategy. The Micro-Cluster Strategy identifies clusters and the areas around them and categorizes them into one or more color-coded zones with corresponding levels of restrictions based on severity: Red Zones, Orange Zones, and Yellow Zones. New rules and restrictions directly target areas to help control COVID-19 spread and protect hospital capacity.
Travel Advisory Quarantine
We continue to monitor the situation and will provide tourism-related updates. Travelers are encouraged to visit the New York State Department of Health website.
- Additional Resources
- CDC: 2019 Novel Coronavirus
- World Health Organization: Coronavirus
- Local NYS County Health Departments
- NYC Department of Health
- I Love NY Traveler's Resource
- US Travel Association - Emergency Preparedness and Response: Coronavirus (COVID-19)