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Welcome Back – What’s Open and How to Experience Marina del Rey Safely

UPDATED MARCH 7, 2022

Welcome back to L.A.’s Marina! Marina del Rey is open for leisure travel. Our local business community including hotels, restaurants and attractions are open again. Each business has worked hard to follow safety measures per Los Angeles County Public Health’s reopening guidelines. Los Angeles County has lifted restrictions related to COVID-19. Click here to read the modified order from the Los Angeles County Public Health Department.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the Marina. Please see below for frequently asked questions to help with your travel planning. 

 

What's currently open in Marina del Rey?

All businesses and attractions are open to full capacity. Please call businesses directly to confirm hours of operation.

Are masks required when visiting Marina del Rey?

No, the current health order only "recommends" wearing masks indoors but it is no longer mandatory.

We ask that everyone honor masking rules, if any, at private businesses.

Click button to read the modified health order from L.A. County Public Health.

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Do I need to provide a negative test when I fly into Los Angeles World Airport (LAX)?

International Travelers:All air passengers, regardless of vaccination status, must show a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 1 day before travel to the United States.

Domestic Travelers:There are no air travel restrictions to Los Angeles or California. Click button to review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations on safe travel practices.

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