COVID-19 tests are available at Palm Springs International Airport (PSP). For more details, click here.
For country and state-run locations visit gettested.ruhealth.org.
Beginning April 1, 2022 proof of vaccination or a negative test is no longer required for indoor mega events such as concerts, sporting events, and conventions.
What are hotels, restaurants and attractions doing to protect visitors?
The Greater Palm Springs tourism industry is making the pledge to implement the latest safety guidelines developed by the State of California and leading industry associations. While the safety of our visitors, staff and local community has always been a top priority, we recognize it’s even more critical today. We are offering our destination safety pledge and sharing information on the additional steps our local businesses and tourism partners are now taking so you can feel confident that our oasis remains a healthy, positive and inclusive destination for all.
To find out more by business type, visit our Safer Together, Greater Together pledge.
Greater Palm Springs comprises nine distinct cities and several unincorporated areas of Riverside County. While the destination as a whole is governed by the guidelines set by the State of California and Riverside County, each city sets its own regulations on reopening, including the wearing of face masks and guidelines for stores, restaurants and other attractions. See links below for guidelines and updates specific to each city.