Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update & Event Cancellations

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Lodi is currently open for visitors. Please wear your face covering, socially distance, and respect the safety measures in place in our community. Stay safe.

Due to Governor Newsome's order, Visit Lodi! Conference & Visitors Bureau office is closed for the time being. You can reach us for information by phone, social media or at In our continuing effort to be your reliable go-to resource for visitors, residents, business owners, and our local non-profits, Visit Lodi! is posting updates of official information to this page.

Please know that our first priority is the health, safety, and well-being of everyone visiting our community. We are continually engaging with health experts and hospitality industry leaders to provide the very latest information to our partners throughout the area. At our wineries, hotels, restaurants, event venues, and attractions, our hospitality partners are taking numerous steps to ensure the cleanliness of their properties. Some of the additional actions being taken include increased cleaning and disinfecting, enhanced hand sanitizer stations, ongoing education awareness of staff, and more. We want to ensure that your stay in Lodi will be safe, comfortable, and memorable. 

Please bookmark this page. Updated industry resources will be posted here as the situation develops.

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Last Updated: 4/6/21

Current Major Event Postponements & Cancellations, Business Closures & Changes:

We encourage you to visit our Events Calendar for the latest event info - we will be removing events that have been canceled or postponed. Please understand we are doing our best to provide the latest information. Find a vaccination location near you.

4/6/21: San Joaquin moves into the red tier. More info.

3/5/21: Travel in the New Normal Guidance - US Travel Association.

1/25/21: San Joaquin's Stay At Home order has been lifted. Restaurants can resume outdoor dining and wineries can resume outdoor tasting. Hair salons/ barbershops are also able to reopen. More info.

12/5/20: The state’s regional stay home order will go into effect for the San Joaquin Valley.

12/4/20: The Governor announced a new stay-at-home order that's triggered when the intensive care unit capacity in a region drops below 15%. See status here.

11/17/20: San Joaquin County, along with 40 other counties returns back to the purple tier. For more information: purple_tier.pdf

9/29/20: San Joaquin County officially moved out of the purple and into the red tier. The red tier allows many businesses and churches to reopen at reduced capacity. Schools can also reopen for in-person instruction. View exact opening details. Summary available here.

8/28/20: The Governor announced a new, color-coded four-tier system based on the number of cases and percentage of positive tests for reopening California businesses. View the status of our county.

7/13/20: The Governor ordered closures for all indoor operations for fitness centers, places of worship, offices for non-critical sectors, personal care services, hair salons, barbershops, malls, restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, family entertainment, zoos, museums, and cardrooms.

7/1/20: Restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms, movie theaters, family entertainment centers, zoos, museums and cardrooms have stopped INDOOR operations only for three weeks. Bars are closed.

6/19/20: Lodi is open! Come visit us!

6/18/20: The Governor ordered all Californians to wear face coverings while in public or high-risk settings.



Travel Resources:

Government Assistance Programs:


Winery Resources:

Ways To Keep Serving Guests
AgSafe COVID-19 Resources

Wine Institute COVID-19 Update

Travel Industry Resources:

Visit California
US Travel Association
Destinations International
US Domestic Travel Trends from Adara

General Resources:

List of Disinfectants For Use Against COVID-19
COVID-19 Stress Playbook
Printable Resources from the CDC
California Department of Public Health
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Map
New York Times Coronavirus Content Hub

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