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State-by-State COVID-19 Travel Advisories

Stay updated on the travel restrictions and guidelines for every state.
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Last updated February 27, 2021

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COVID-19 travel advice

Even though the vaccine rollout has begun, the CDC is still asking Americans to stay home—especially during holiday weekends.

Traveling increases your chance of getting and spreading COVID-19. The CDC advises against traveling if you are sick, have tested positive for COVID-19, or have been exposed to someone who has the illness.

If you still decide to travel, find out ways to do it as safely as possible. And before you do, make sure to always check for updates on each state’s travel restrictions, testing, and quarantine guidelines. Some states require quarantining and having proof of a negative COVID-19 test result before you arrive there. It’s also important to know if the state you’ll be visiting requires masks in public areas.

These precautions are necessary until a COVID vaccine is widely available.

State travel guidelines

Below is a list of links to every state’s travel guidelines.

Alabama

Alabama travel advisory

Alaska

Alaska travel advisory

Arizona

Arizona travel advisory

Arkansas

Arkansas travel advisory

California

California travel advisory

Colorado

Colorado travel advisory

Connecticut

Connecticut travel advisory

Delaware

Delaware travel advisory

Florida

Florida travel advisory

Georgia

Georgia travel advisory

Hawaii

Hawaii travel advisory

Idaho

Idaho travel advisory

Illinois

Illinois travel advisory

Indiana

Indiana travel advisory

Iowa

Iowa travel advisory

Kansas

Kansas travel advisory

Kentucky

Kentucky travel advisory

Louisiana

Louisiana travel advisory

Maine

Maine travel advisory

Maryland

Maryland travel advisory

Massachusetts

Massachusetts travel advisory

Michigan

Michigan travel advisory

Minnesota

Minnesota travel advisory

Mississippi

Mississippi travel advisory

Missouri

Missouri travel advisory

Montana

Montana travel advisory

Nebraska

Nebraska travel advisory

Nevada

Nevada travel advisory

New Hampshire

New Hampshire travel advisory

New Jersey

New Jersey travel advisory

New Mexico

New Mexico travel advisory

New York

New York travel advisory

North Carolina

North Carolina travel advisory

North Dakota

North Dakota travel advisory

Ohio

Ohio travel advisory

Oklahoma

Oklahoma travel advisory

Oregon

Oregon travel advisory

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania travel advisory

Rhode Island

Rhode Island travel advisory

South Carolina

South Carolina travel advisory

South Dakota

South Dakota travel advisory

Tennessee

Tennessee travel advisory

Texas

Texas travel advisory

Utah

Utah travel advisory

Vermont

Vermont travel advisory

Virginia

Virginia travel advisory

Washington DC

Washington DC travel advisory

Washington State

Washington travel advisory

West Virginia

West Virginia travel advisory

Wisconsin

Wisconsin travel advisory

Wyoming

Wyoming travel advisory

The scientific understanding of COVID-19 as well as guidelines for its prevention and treatment are constantly changing. There may be new information since this article was published. It’s important to check with sources like the CDC for the most up-to-date information.

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