Covid-19 Special Messaging
California’s stay-at-home order has been lifted.
NOTE: We update this page as new information becomes available. Please check back for latest update prior to making any travel, dining or shopping plans.
Coronavirus Related Best Practices:
1. WASH 2. COVER 3. DISTANCE
The California Department of Public Health is encouraging everyone to help prevent the spread of this respiratory illness with these everyday actions:
- Practice Physical Distancing – 6 Feet or More
- Wear a face covering when near others – always inside a business.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water and use hand sanitizer.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
- Avoid handshakes.
- Avoid contact with people who are sick.
- Stay at home when you are sick.
It is imperative that everyone stay informed and get health and travel updates from trusted experts. #WashCoverDistance
Coronavirus/COVID-19 is a concern for everyone in the world at the moment and the Bishop Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau is committed to staying informed and passing along facts as we receive them. There are many levels of decision making with shifting timelines, but what we do know, and what we are doing is we are preparing to safely welcome you to Bishop. The health of our community, our businesses and our guests is paramount. We are encouraging responsibility and common sense from residents and guests alike.
Eastern Sierra and More Corononavirus Resources
- Inyo County – Local Situation Update
- Inyo County – Reopening
- Inyo National Forest Campgrounds
- Inyo County Campgrounds
- Manzanar National Historic Site
- Inyo County Public Health & Prevention Division
- Covid-19 Status Report Map of Inyo County
- California Department of Public Health
- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
- CDC Travel During the Covid Pandemic
- U.S. Travel Association Resource Page
- Visit California Coronavirus Resource Page
Bishop thanks you for being responsible and choosing to stay close to home during the current COVID-19 crisis. We look forward to welcoming visitors once it is safe to travel again.
Inyo County health officials have put in place a mask order. That means face coverings are required in all businesses and enclosed public spaces where social distancing (six feet apart) can’t be maintained. Essential to your packing list: Wearing a mask shows you care about the health of our community.
PLEASE HELP! We’ve worked so hard to get our businesses open and keep our community safe. Now we need your help to stay open! Please wear a face mask or protective face covering when out in public.
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