Las Vegas, Nevada — SEMA 2021 is just on the other side of the horizon and not much has changed on the COVID front, as organizers carry on preparing for a masked event in Las Vegas.
With a mask mandate in play, and a new hospital-grade air filtration system being installed in the Las Vegas Convention Center, SEMA 2021 will go ahead as planned and will not require proof of vaccination or negative COVID test results.
Event organizers have maintained that they are following in step with the State of Nevada’s public health measures, and that “numbers and ratings must reach and maintain specific levels for 14 days in order for requirements to change,” according to the press release from SEMA.
“While key indicators continue to improve in Las Vegas, the current health and safety requirements are not expected to change before the SEMA Show takes place in early November. Therefore, SEMA Showgoers should plan on wearing masks while indoors.”
SEMA Show organizers say they are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 landscape and will keep the industry updated of any unexpected changes.