Health & Safety

State Fair of West Virginia Health & Safety – COVID-19

The safety of our guests, staff, and community is our number one priority. As we look toward the 96th Annual State Fair of West Virginia, we are working with the Greenbrier County Health Department, as well as following guidance developed by the CDC and any executive orders from the office of Governor Jim Justice.

While visiting the 2021 State Fair of West Virginia:

  • MASK WILL NOT be required for fully vaccinated individuals when outdoors
  • All individuals, regardless of vaccination status, should wear a mask indoors

 For More information:

CDC guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals:

CDC guidelines for non-vaccinated individuals:

ADDITIONAL COVID-19 MEASURES:

  • Vaccinations will be available daily at the State Fair of West Virginia, at the WVSOM booth under the Grandstand
  • One-way traffic patterns will be implement in high-traffic areas
  • State Fair staff will be roving the facility with increased sanitation efforts
  • Signage with COVID-19 protocols will be located across the facility
  • All guests will be reminded of COVID-19 measures and expectations in pre-event communication and PA announcements.
  • Increased sanitization in the carnival midway

SFWV COVID PLAN

BUILDING MANDATES:

WVU BUILDING

  • MASKS MUST BE WORN TO ENTER
  • Capacity limits will be enforced

WV LOTTERY BUILDING

  • Capacity limits will be enforced

GRANDSTAND MARKET PLACE

  • Counter-clockwise traffic pattern

 

COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place regardless of precautions that may be taken. By entering the State Fair of West Virginia , you voluntarily assume all risks, hazards and dangers related to exposure/contracting COVID-19, and voluntarily waive all claims and suits against the State Fair of West Virginia.