Our priority is keeping you safe when you travel with us!

 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Response / Health and Safety Protocols

Vaccination Requirement for Domestic Travel (United States Tours)
For the safety of our guests and staff, all passengers traveling with Main Street Tours within the United States must provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19. Passengers will be asked to show the Tour Director proof of vaccination against COVID-19.  Proof must include the passenger’s name and final dose given at least 14 days before the tour departure date.  Proof can be a photocopy or digital vaccination record document issued by either: (a) the health authority that administered the vaccination (i.e. U.S. CDC’s Vaccination Record Card); or (b) the participant’s medical provider that administered the vaccination, or (c) approved electronic certification from your county, state or health provider.  Exception:  If you choose not to be vaccinated and wish to travel with us on our domestic tours and day trips, you can present proof of a negative result from a Covid-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of departure.

Vaccination Requirement for International Travel (International Tours including Canada & European River Cruises)
All passengers traveling with Main Street Tours to any country outside of the USA, regardless of destination or point of origin, must be willing to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19, if required by the destination. Some international destinations continue to have vaccination requirements for indoor experiences like restaurants, attractions, museums, theaters, etc. Even though the entry requirements for that destination may not require vaccination, you may be asked to show proof of vaccination from time to time while on tour.

Depending upon your destination, there may be other and additional country-specific and/or airline requirements for testing prior to travel. Guests should monitor these requirements as well. Main Street Tours will continue to review and update our requirements as Domestic and International restrictions are updated.

Face Masks/Face Coverings (update as of 4/19/22)
DOT Statement regarding face mask use on public transportation:
As a result of a court order, effective April 18, 2022, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) order requiring masks on public transportation conveyances and at transportation hubs is no longer in effect. The CDC continues to recommend that people wear masks in indoor public transportation settings at this time. In addition, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will not enforce its mask-related Security Directives.

Use of Face Masks on Motorcoaches in the USA  (update as of 5/1/22)
Face masks are now optional while riding on an Main Street Tours motorcoach in the United States. While mask usage is still recommended, we know that everyone has different comfort levels when it comes to health and safety.


Use of Face Masks on Airplanes in the USA  (update as of 5/1/22)
Face masks are now optional for most air carriers* when operating in the U.S.A.  While mask usage is still recommended, we know that everyone has different comfort levels when it comes to health and safety.

 

International Travel - Use of Face Masks on Airplanes/Motorcoaches  (update as of 5/1/22)
Face mask requirements for International air travel and International motorcoach touring will be dependent on the requirements of the air carriers and destination country mandates and requirements.

*All information is subject to change at any time.  Enforcement is up to each airline & could vary by airline.