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Coronavirus (COVID-19): Huntsville/Madison County, AL Travel Information
Last updated December 30, 2021 at 10:50 a.m. Central Standard Time
COVID-19 Health Updates for Huntsville/Madison County and Alabama
- Currently, there are no restrictions for those traveling to Alabama.
- Masks are no longer mandated statewide, but individuals are strongly encouraged to wear a mask or other facial covering when in public and in close contact with other people.
- Sign up to get your vaccine.
Confirmed cases and testing sites: click here to see the amount of confirmed cases in Alabama.
Day-to-day COVID-19 data for the Madison County health system can be found here, as well as information on testing site locations and hours. If you have questions about if you should get tested or how to go about getting tested please call 1-888-264-2256.
See up-to-date travel advisories from the CDC here.
Huntsville Attraction and Event Updates
The CVB is in close contact with our hospitality partners and will update this list as the situation evolves. The Huntsville/Madison County Visitor Center and the Huntsville International Airport visitors kiosk are now open with revised operating hours. Please note that protective face masks are recommended while visiting both the downtown and airport locations.
The U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum is open Wednesday-Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm.
The special tours and experiences of Touronimo are accepting small groups.
Stars and Strikes is open with social distancing modification.
Shenanigans Comedy Theatre is open with social distancing modifications.
All Huntsville City recreation centers are open along with playgrounds, splash pads and pools.
Several Von Braun Center concerts and events that were previously postponed are now being rescheduled. Visit the Von Braun Center's website for more details.
The Thursday night Biergarten at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center has been postponed until further notice.
Tangled String Studios will not host concerts or events through 2021.
Mask Up, Huntsville
You don’t have to be in Huntsville to grab your own Keep Your Space face mask. Get yours online! Additional Huntsville + Madison designs available. Don't forget to post a photo with the hashtag #MaskUpHuntsville!
Food Delivery and Outdoor Dining Options
Restaurants, breweries, and similar establishments are now operating at regular capacity, with considerations made for distancing and sanitization guidelines. Be sure to check with individual restaurants to confirm operating hours and available service. Remember: you can still support your favorite Huntsville eateries by ordering takeout or delivery! Order delivery through your favorite mobile apps or local services like GrubSouth or Rocket City Delivered.
Bonus: Be sure to check out our lists of local restaurants with outdoor seating.
Huntsville International Airport
Huntsville International Airport (HSV) is working to ensure the facility adheres to all of the CDC recommended cleaning protocol and procedures. All individuals entering the airport facility will be required to wear a protective face covering. They ask that passengers utilize free-standing hand sanitizer stations as well as wash hands, cough into their arms and simply not come to the airport if not feeling well.
If you fall ill, Huntsville/Madison County is serviced by these hospitals. If you are experiencing an emergency, dial 9-1-1.
- Huntsville Hospital: (256) 265-1000
- Madison Hospital: (256) 265-2012
- Crestwood Medical Center: (256) 429-4000
Huntsville hotels offering special discounted rates for caregivers and first responders:
Huntsville, Madison & Madison County Information:
Public Health Resources
We encourage visitors to practice good hygiene habits by following these tips from the Center for Disease Control:
Wash your hands frequently with an alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water. It is suggested that a 20-second washing is appropriate.
Maintain social distancing. Stay at least 6 feet from anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth. The virus enters the body through these three areas.
Practice respiratory hygiene. Cover you mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissues when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately.
If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care.