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State-by-State Travel Restrictions

While many states have already relaxed or dropped domestic travel restrictions, some states still have COVID-19 regulations or requirements for out-of-state travelers.

Alabama
As of May 4, Alabama had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Alaska
Visitors to Alaska are no longer required to have a negative result from a Covid-19 test to enter. Beginning June 1, all travelers to Alaska will be eligible to receive a free COVID-19 vaccine at participating airports.

Arizona
As of May 4, Arizona had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Arkansas
As of May 4, Arkansas had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

California
Almost all of California is open to out-of-state visitors. There are some travel restrictions in Los Angeles County specifically. Those arriving from out of state and over the age of 16 must fill out online form.

All non-essential travelers entering the County of Los Angeles from other states who are not fully vaccinated must either quarantine for seven days if they get tested for COVID-19 three to five days after their arrival and receive negative results -OR- quarantine for a full 10 days if they do not get tested following their arrival.

Colorado
Colorado doesn’t have statewide travel restrictions, but Pitkin County (home to ski resort towns Aspen and Snowmass) still has particular requirements. Travelers ages 10 and up who are spending one or more nights in the county must complete the Traveler Responsibility Code form.

Connecticut
Connecticut no longer has travel restrictions.

Delaware
As of May 4, Delaware had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Florida
As of May 4, Florida had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Georgia
As of May 4, Georgia had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Hawaii
Travelers 5 and older who want to bypass the 10-day mandatory quarantine must have their negative Covid-19 test results — from a trusted testing partner — taken within 72 hours of the final leg of departure. You must upload your negative test result to the Safe Travels system before you leave or, as an alternative to uploading, bring a hard copy of a negative test result before boarding your flight.

At least 25 percent of travelers who use the Pre-Travel Testing option will also be randomly selected to receive a non-optional second test upon arrival at the airport, free of charge.

Idaho
As of May 4, Idaho had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Illinois
As of May 4, there were no statewide restrictions in Illinois, but visitors heading to Chicago have been placed in two categories — orange and yellow. People from an orange state must quarantine for 10 days unless they have a negative Covid-19 test result no more than 72 hours old or have been vaccinated and meet inoculation guidelines. Travelers coming from a yellow state do not need to quarantine or take a prearrival test, but they are asked to wear a mask and social distance.

Indiana
As of May 4, Indiana had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Iowa
As of May 4, Iowa had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Kansas
For the most part, Kansas is open to U.S. travelers, with quarantine and testing measures that apply only to some very specific groups.  Check here for updates and more details.

Kentucky
As of May 4, Kentucky had no statewide travel restrictions.

Louisiana
As of May 4, there were no statewide travel restrictions in Louisiana.

Maine
Starting May 1, visitors from all states will be exempt from travel restrictions unless determined otherwise by the Maine CDC. Travelers must quarantine for 10 days upon arrival and fill out a travel protocol form if they are arriving from a nonexempt state. Check here for updates.

Maryland
As of May 4, Maryland had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Massachusetts
As of May 4, Massachusetts had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Michigan
As of May 4, Michigan had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Minnesota
As of May 4, Minnesota had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Mississippi
As of May 4, Mississippi had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Missouri
As of May 4, Missouri had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Montana
As of May 4, Montana had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.  Travel restrictions might vary at Native American reservations. Please check here for updates.

Nebraska
As of May 4, Nebraska had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Nevada
As of May 4, Nevada had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

New Hampshire
As of May 4, New Hampshire had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

New Jersey
Unvaccinated travelers from anywhere other than New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Delaware are advised to quarantine for 10 days if they haven’t been tested or if their test results are still pending. The quarantine is voluntary, but compliance is expected.

New Mexico
New Mexico is no longer mandating quarantine, but emphasizes that those arriving from high-risk states or territories are “strongly advised” to self-isolate for at least 14 days. Anyone entering New Mexico’s borders is also strongly advised to get COVID-19 tested at their earliest convenience.

New York
New York no longer has mandatory testing and quarantine measures for interstate travelers. Unless they’re coming from a bordering state (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts or Vermont) or staying for less than 24 hours, all travelers still must complete the New York State Traveler Health Form.

North Carolina
As of May 4, North Carolina had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

North Dakota
As of May 4, North Dakota had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Ohio
As of May 4, Ohio had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Oklahoma
As of May 4, Oklahoma had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Oregon
People arriving in Oregon from other states or countries, including returning Oregon residents, are encouraged to self-quarantine for 14 days after arrival.

Pennsylvania
As of May 4, Pennsylvania had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Rhode Island
Those traveling to Rhode Island from a state that has a positive testing rate of 5% or more must quarantine for 10 days. Travelers can opt out of the quarantine if they can provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours of their arrival. This exception does not apply to international arrivals. You can check that list of states here.

South Carolina
As of May 4, South Carolina had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

South Carolina
As of May 4, South Carolina had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Tennessee
As of May 4, Tennessee had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Texas
As of May 4, Texas had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Utah
As of May 4, Utah had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Vermont
To enter Vermont, all visitors and returning residents who aren’t fully vaccinated must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test, taken within 72 hours of arrival.

Virginia & West Virginia
As of May 4, Virginia had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Washington
As of May 4, Washington had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Washington, D.C.
Anyone traveling to Washington D.C. from a high-risk U.S. state or jurisdiction (having a rolling seven-day average rate over 10 daily cases per 100,000 people) must arrive carrying negative results of a COVID-19 test administered no more than 72 hours prior to entering the District.

Wisconsin
As of May 4, Wisconsin had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Wyoming
As of May 4, Wyoming had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.

Iuliia Tore