Coronavirus Update & Resources
July 2, 2021
How It Impacts Us
The NASCAR Hall of Fame continues operating at 100 percent capacity, in accordance with the eased state restrictions.
Guests and employees are no longer required to wear facial coverings inside the Hall. However, in accordance with CDC guidance and Governor Cooper’s most recent Executive Order, masks and other safety measures are still required in certain settings and events, including summer camps. These restrictions with be communicated and followed accordingly.
The NASCAR Hall is an accredited Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) STAR facility The GBAC STAR Certification is the gold standard of prepared facilities and the cleaning industry’s only outbreak prevention, response and recovery accreditation.
Below are just a few of the other measures that the NASCAR Hall of Fame will continue to implement to ensure the safety of guests, team members and the community:
- Rigorous and frequent sanitizing and disinfecting
- Hand sanitizer stations throughout the Hall
- Complimentary individual stylus pen for low/no contact with interactive exhibits
- Encouraging advance ticket purchase and mobile ticketing
Learn more about our safety measures and purchase your advance tickets: https://www.nascarhall.com/clean.
We are committed to working with our individual, event and group customers who were scheduled or planning to visit during closure to accommodate their needs.
- NASCAR Hall Memberships will be extended for the length of time the NASCAR Hall of Fame was closed.
- Racing Insiders Tours will be rescheduled for future dates.
- General admission tickets purchased for dates the Hall was closed will be honored at any other date.
What You Need to Know
With COVID-19 trends remaining stable across the state, N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper lifted many restrictions, including all mass gathering limits and social distance requirements, as well as face covering requirements in most settings.
Face coverings are still strongly recommended for everyone at large crowded indoor events and are still required in certain settings like child care, health care and transportation. Visit this link for more details about current restrictions or you may read the FAQ about the latest executive order.
Throughout the pandemic, the Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority (CRVA) closely monitored recommendations and actions coming from the local, state and federal levels in order to guide decision-making about health protocols and practices. The CRVA continues to do so as the health and safety of our team members, clients and guests is always a top priority.
The CRVA is working diligently in partnership with others to support the local restaurants, shops, attractions and other hospitality-related businesses that are essential to the quality of life we all know and love in the Queen City.
COVID vaccines are safe and effective and are our best shot at getting life back to normal. Visit the CDC website for up-to-date information and resources.
Who to Follow
In an effort to gather all the COVID-19 related information from a wide range of state agencies, North Carolina launched a COVID-19 web portal at nc.gov/covid19.
- N.C. Division of Public Health (NCDPH) on Twitter
- Call the NCDPH Helpline toll free at 1-888-892-1162 or get updates by texting COVIDNC to 898211
- Mecklenburg County (NC) Public Health (MCPH) department’s webpage for updates
- The City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County on Twitter
You Can Help
Charlotte-Mecklenburg is coming together in a unified response to the COVID-19 Crisis under the leadership of the Department of Emergency Management. Those interested in volunteer opportunities can call the volunteer hotline at either (704) 432-4127 or (704) 432-4187. Learn more about volunteer and giving opportunities at https://charmeckresponds.org/.