Covid Safety Guidelines

Taste Buzz Food Tours would like to thank you for joining us on your Las Vegas food tour! We are happy to provide our services for our guests that continue to visit the city and are looking for something fun and unique to do. 

Our team at Taste Buzz Food Tours wants you to know that we take the safety of our guests very seriously. We have enacted new safety protocols for our guests and for ourselves to provide the safetest measures possible during our tours. 

To keep our tours running and running safely, we ask that everyone participate in following the rules and guidelines listed below. 

Face masks

– Facial coverings must be worn during the whole experience except while eating and drinking. This includes indoors and outdoors, walking from restaurant to restaurant, sitting at a table before and after your tastings, going to the restroom.

Washing your hands

– We encourage everyone to wash their hands before, during, and after each tour. It is recommended to scrub for at least 20 seconds with warm soap and water.

Hand sanitizer

– Tour guides will carry hand sanitizer for participants to use before and after the tour and each restaurant stop. Each restaurant will have sanitizer readily available for you to use as well.

Social distancing

– Tour guides will maintain a 6′ distance between guests at all times
– Tour guides will greet and say goodbye with a wave instead of a handshake, high-five, or a hug
– We encourage guests to avoid physical contact with people outside of their own party
– Group sizes will be a maximum of 10 people to limit the amount of contact between guests
– Maximum of 4 people to a table. If your group is larger than 4 people, separate tables are required

Cleanliness

– All restaurants, tables, and chairs should be wiped down and sanitized upon arrival. If you notice otherwise, please let your tour guide know and he/she will get it taken care of.

Symptoms and testing positive

-Symptoms include fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, and diarrhea. If you are experiencing any symptoms, test positive for COVID-19, or come in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you should not participate. Get the medical attention you need, contact local health authorities, and contact us asap to reschedule your tour.

Covid safety proceedures and announcements in the state of Nevada

Taste Buzz Food Tours knows that rules in the fight against Coronavirus are different from state to state. While you are traveling, it is important to keep yourself informed of the lastest rules and regulations implemented in the city/state that you are visiting. To help make finding this information easier for you, we have listed the latest announcements pertaining to safety guidelines and restrictions in the sate of Nevada*. 

Updates:

November 22, 2020 – State of Nevada Governor, Steve Sisolak announces a three-week statewide “pause” to take effect starting on Novemeber 24, 2020. New restrictions include:

  • Reservations are required at all restaurants and bars that serve food for in-person dining. Fast food restaurants and food courts are exempt from the reservation requirement. Restaurant and bar capacity was reduced from 50 to 25 percent, and there can be no more than four patrons at a table.
  • Capacity at gyms, fitness and dance studios is reduced from 50 to 25 percent.  Patrons must wear a mask at all times, unless actively drinking. If the activity is too strenuous to be done while wearing a mask properly, people must seek an alternative.
  • Casino capacity has been reduced from 50 to 25 percent.
  • Public gatherings are limited to no more than 50 people, or 25 percent of fire code capacity, whichever is less.
  • Arcades, art galleries, aquariums, racetracks, bowling alleys, mini golf, libraries, museums and zoos all are reduced to 25 percent capacity.
  • Big box stores that have more than 50,000 square feet must now have monitors at public entrances to manage capacity
  • There will be a pause on adult and youth sports tournaments

December 13, 2020 – State of Nevada Governor, Steve Sisolak, announces to extend the statewide “pause” until January 15, 2021 or until further notice.

  • Bars, restaurants, casino floors, and gyms are limited to 25% capacity.
  • Public gatherings are capped at 50 individuals or 25% capacity, whichever is less.
  • Private and residential gatherings are limited to 10 people and no more than 2 households.
Thank you for your understanding and compliance with our rules and regulations in fighting against the spread of COVID-19.

*Please note that these are highlights of the major rules and restrictions for Covid safety. For a full list of rules and regulations, visit the State of Nevada website.