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Tupelo is open for business and we can’t wait to welcome you when you’re ready. The health and safety of residents and visitors remains our top priority in #MyTupelo. Please use the resources below to stay up-to-date on how you can safely explore Tupelo and imagine what you can do here!

 

Please note: Face coverings are required for all people in indoor public or business spaces per Local Executive Order 20-018

 

Our hospitality partners are taking the steps necessary to ensure the safety of their guests. Should you have specific questions about health and safety protocols at Tupelo’s attractions, restaurants, or hotels, please contact them for additional information.

 

EAT

  • Tupelo’s restaurants are operating at 50% capacity with social distancing practices in place.
  • No more than six people will be seated at a table.
  • Face coverings are required when entering the restaurant and may be removed once you are seated.
  • Visit the EAT tab at the top of this page for a detailed listing of Tupelo’s restaurants.

 

STAY

  • Face coverings are required for all people in indoor public or business spaces.
  • Visit the STAY tab at the top of this page for a detailed listing of Tupelo’s hotels.

 

EXPLORE

  • Click here to see an updated list of area attractions that are open to the public.
  • Face coverings are required for all people in indoor public or business spaces.

 

When you’re in the city where Elvis was born and anything is possible, remember to do these things:

  • Don’t have that “Dirty, Dirty Feeling” so wash your hands often with soap and water or use hand sanitizer, especially after touching frequently used items or surfaces.
  • Make a “Change of Habit” and avoid touching your face.
  • “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” as long as you practice social distancing by staying six-feet apart.
  • Monitor your health and be alert for symptoms. If you feel “Fever,” please contact your medical provider or call North Mississippi Medical Center’s 24-hour help line, Nurse Link®, at 1-800-882-6274.

 

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