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Domestic Entry Requirements

Domestic Entry Requirements by State

This page is routinely updated with the most relevant information about entry requirements for U.S. states and territories from our international security provider, Anvil. As states begin to transition to different phases of reopening, travelers should be familiar with their destination’s current guidelines as restrictions and protocols may change frequently.

Last Updated: May 5, 2021

Alabama

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Until 31 May, a Safer-Apart order is in effect. This encourages or recommends people wear masks, maintain a six foot distance from people who are from other households, and frequently sanitize. Businesses are open, but must implement sanitation protocols.

Visit the Alabama Department of Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Alaska

Entry Requirements

Inbound travellers must submit a ‘Traveller Declaration Form’ and ‘Self-Isolation Plan’ to the Alaska Travel Portal. Authorities are encouraging individuals to voluntarily be tested on entry. Restaurants, salons, gyms, and entertainment venues can open at full capacity. Gatherings may take place without limits on participants, but individuals are encouraged to maintain social distancing if from separate households. Face coverings are required while in indoor public spaces and where social distancing is not possible. Individual cities or boroughs likely have local restrictions. Phase 3 of reopening is expected to begin on 22 May.For more information and to access the online Travel Portal, visit AlaskaSafeTravels.com, opens in a new window.

Visit the Alaska Department of Health and and Social Services for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Arizona

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Retail establishments, other non-essential businesses, and restaurants are allowed to open, provided they follow social distancing and safety measures. Guidelines have been released to reopen gyms, movie theatres, and water parks. Events over 50 people no longer need local approval. Officials are encouraging the use of face masks; mandates may be imposed at the local city-level.

Visit the Arizona Department of Health Services for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Arkansas

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Restaurants, bars, retail establishments, gyms, and salons are allowed to open with additional safety protocols. Pre-approved events may have up to 100 participants. A state-wide face mask mandate is no longer in effect; however, individual city officials could impose local mask ordinances.

Visit the Arkansas Department of Health for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

California

Entry Requirements

The state requires businesses to report COVID-19 outbreaks to local officials and their employees. Each county is assigned a color-coded tier (purple, red, orange, and yellow) to determine the level of restrictions. Many businesses are allowed to operate if they comply with state safety guidelines and capacity limitations based on the county’s tier. Restaurants, theaters, gyms, museums, bars, and restaurants can generally operate with restrictions. Public gatherings are limited if including people from separate households. Individuals over the age of two are required to wear face masks in public. Officials expect the state can fully reopen its economy around 15 June.

Visit the California Department of Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Colorado

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Local jurisdictions have the ability to impose local measures. The mask mandate has been amended to require face masks be worn in a public indoor setting of 10 or more unvaccinated individuals, in counties where the incidence rate is 35/100,000. No mask is needed if at least 80 percent of the group is vaccinated. Communities retain the ability to impose local mandates. Any traveller spending one or more nights in Pitkin County, which includes Aspen and Snowmass, must complete a ‘Traveller Responsibility Code’ to acknowledge they are following CDC travel recommendations.

Visit the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Connecticut

Entry Requirements

Businesses are permitted to open with full capacity, provided that social distancing can be adhered to. Restaurants are allowed to operate with indoor seating, but must close by midnight. At commercial spaces, gatherings are generally limited to 100 people indoors and 200 outdoors. Private meetings must not include more than 25 people indoors and 100 outdoors. At both locations, group members must wear face masks and practise social distancing. A face mask is required in indoor and outdoor public spaces for anyone over the age of two when social distancing cannot be maintained. There is a $100 fine for anyone who violates the mask mandate. Officials are expected to ease additional measures from 19 May, which includes lifting all remaining restrictions on businesses.

Visit the Connecticut State Department of Health for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Delaware

Entry Requirements

A State of Emergency remains in effect until at least 16 May. Restaurants, retailers, gyms, places of worship, arts venues, and other business spaces are limited to 50 percent capacity. Indoor public gatherings are limited to 25 people or 50 percent of the venue’s capacity (whichever is less) or 50 people outdoors. Pre-approved events may include 150 people indoors and 250 outdoors. Private gatherings should not include more than 10 people. Face coverings are required in public spaces, inside businesses, and on public transport, as well as outdoors when social distancing cannot be practiced.

Visit the Delaware Department of Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

District of Columbia

Entry Requirements

Travelers from high-risk areas and for non-essential reasons are required to have a negative COVID-19 test no older than 72 hours prior to arrival, and must take another test locally, or quarantine for 14 days (individuals from Maryland and Virginia are exempt). Most non-essential businesses are allowed to reopen but must limit occupancy and comply with other restrictions. Live entertainment venues can reopen with 25 percent capacity or 500 people (whichever is less), cinemas can reopen with 25 percent capacity, non-essential retailers can operate with up to 50 percent capacity, and museums and libraries will resume at a 50 percent cap. Bars and nightclubs remain closed. Restaurants can open for indoor dining up to 25 percent capacity. Gatherings are generally limited to 50 people outdoors and 10 people indoors. Face coverings are required in public areas for anyone over the age of two and social distancing should be practiced.

Visit the D.C. Coronavirus Information Page, opens in a new window  for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.the .

Florida

Entry Requirements

Officials have lifted travel restrictions on inbound visitors. All businesses are permitted to reopen at full capacity provided that social distancing is possible. City or county governments can impose local limitations, including on a venue’s capacity. Patrons and employees at businesses in some cities are required to wear masks. Visit the Florida Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Georgia

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time.  state of public health emergency is in place until 30 May; however, most restrictions are now lifted. Officials are encouraging all people use face masks when outside in public.

Visit the Georgia Department of Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Hawaii

Entry Requirements

Inbound travelers must provide a negative COVID-19 NAAT test result no older than 72 hours or quarantine for 10 days upon arrival. A second test is required at the airport in Hawaii County, or recommended 72 hours after entry in Maui and Kauai counties. Visitors must also complete the ‘Safe Travels’ form and health questionnaire for entry. Those traveling between the islands of Hawaii, Maui, Kauai, Oahu, and Kalawao are subject to specific pre-travel testing or quarantine requirements. Fully vaccinated travelers will not need to undergo testing or quarantine requirements. Many non-essential businesses are allowed to operate with restrictions, but large venues and bars remain closed. Gatherings are generally limited, during which social distancing should still be practiced. There is a mask mandate for those over the age of five to wear a face mask in public spaces if social distancing cannot be maintained.

Visit the Hawaii State Department of Health for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Idaho

Entry Requirements

The state is currently in Stage Three of its reopening plan. Officials are encouraging any traveller inbound from a state with a high transmission rate to self-quarantine for 14 days. Businesses, including restaurants and retail establishments, are allowed to open if they meet additional safety requirements. Indoor and outdoor gatherings that are less than 50 are permitted. Visit the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Illinois

Entry Requirements

Retail stores, gyms, salons, and other businesses are allowed to open with safety measures in place and are largely limited to 50 percent capacity. Restaurants and bars can operate indoor, but with capacity limits. Gatherings are generally limited to 50 people. Anyone over the age of two must wear a face covering when in a public spaces where social distancing between people cannot be maintained. Chicago has a travel advisory in effect, requiring inbound individuals to obtain a negative COVID-19 test (not older than 72 hours) before arrival or self-quarantine for 10 days if coming from an ‘Orange’/high-risk designated state.

Visit the Illinois State Department of Health for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.


As of January 12, there are no statewide restrictions in Illinois, but visitors heading to Chicago have been placed in two categories — orange and yellow. Anyone from an orange state must quarantine for 10 days or have a negative Covid-19 test result no more than 72 hours old to avoid the quarantine. There are no specific requirements for yellow states (which is currently only Hawaii). Check here for the list of states and more information before you travel, opens in a new window for 

Indiana

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Officials recommend social gatherings and events be limited based on a county’s color-coded metric. Red counties can have up to 25 people present, orange can have 50 people, yellow can have 100 people, and blue can have up to 250 people at a gathering. A mask mandate has largely been lifted, except for in government buildings, schools, and vaccination sites.

Visit the Indiana State Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Iowa

Entry Requirements

Non-essential businesses, including retail, restaurants, theatres, amusement parks, pools, and salons, can operate if they follow safety guidelines. Gatherings are permitted provided that social distancing protocols are being encouraged.

Visit the Iowa Department of Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Kansas

Entry Requirements

A 14-day self-quarantine is required for those who have recently travelled overseas or to a state with a high transmission of COVID-19. Businesses, including retail, gyms, salons, and restaurants, can operate if they follow safety guidelines. Individual counties are allowed to develop their own reopening plans. Anyone over the age of five is required to wear a face mask in indoor public spaces and on public transportation.

Visit the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, opens in a new window  for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Kentucky

Entry Requirements

A 14-day quarantine is recommended for anyone traveling to Kentucky. Non-essential businesses, including retail, manufacturing, construction, gyms, theaters, and restaurants, can operate if they follow safety guidelines and limit capacity. Restaurants and bars can operate for indoor dining up to 60 percent capacity, and must stop food/drink service at 00:00 local time. Events with less than 1,000 people are limited to 60 percent of a venue’s capacity. Events with more than 1,000 participants must not exceed 50 percent of a venue’s capacity. Authorities are encouraging limiting gatherings to eight people if from two separate households. Masks are needed in indoor public spaces, on public transportation, or at events with more than 1,000 people.

Visit the Kentucky Public Health COVID-19 Page, opens in a new window  for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Louisiana

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Most retailers and businesses are allowed to operate with safety protocols in place. Bars and restaurants are open at full capacity. There is currently no size restriction on outdoor events; however, indoor gatherings are limited to 75 percent of the venue’s capacity or full capacity with mask enforcement. A state-wide mask mandate has been lifted but is still required in all schools, public transit, and state buildings.

Visit the Louisiana Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Maine

Entry Requirements

Travelers entering Maine are required to show a negative COVID-19 test or self-quarantine for 10 days, although those coming from five nearby states are exempt. Businesses are limited to a 75 percent capacity or 50 people indoors. Gatherings are generally limited to 50 people indoors 100 people outdoors. Face masks are required in public spaces for anyone over five years old, even if social distancing measures can be maintained.

Visit the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Maryland

Entry Requirements

Non-essential businesses are allowed to operate with restrictions. Restaurants, bars, retailers, gyms, religious centers, and personal-care services can open at full capacity. Other event venues are capped at 50 percent capacity. Gatherings are largely limited to 25 people indoors and outdoors. Face coverings are required for anyone over the age of five in public businesses and outdoors when social distancing cannot be maintained. In Montgomery County, restaurants must restrict indoor dining to 25 percent capacity and limits on retail stores are reduced. Gatherings are limited to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors in this county.

Visit the Maryland Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Massachusetts

Entry Requirements

Inbound travelers from high-risk states are required to self-quarantine for 10 days or provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result upon arrival. Most restaurants and businesses can open with safety protocols in place. Establishments such as retailers, offices, theatres, places of worship, gyms, and museums are open up to 50 percent capacity. Face coverings are required in public places for those over the age of five. Social gatherings are generally limited to maximum 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors. Public groups are limited to 100 individuals indoors and 150 outdoors. Face coverings are required for anyone over the age of five in public, even if social distancing is maintained. Additional measures are expected to be eased on May 10 and 29.

Visit the Massachusetts COVID-19 Information Page, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Michigan

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Michigan bars and restaurants can open for indoor dining at 50 percent capacity or 100 people (whichever is less), but must close by 23:00 local time. Many other businesses are permitted to open under restrictions with up to 50 percent capacity. Social gatherings at private residences are limited to 15 people indoors or up to 50 people outdoors from no more than three households. Indoor entertainment venues may permit entry to up to 300 people or 50 percent of the capacity (whichever is less). Individuals over the age of two are required to wear a face mask at gatherings until May 24.

Visit the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services­­­, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Minnesota

Entry Requirements

Retail stores are allowed to open with limitations on capacity. Restaurants can offer indoor dining at up to 75 percent capacity or 250 people (whichever is less), but must end indoor services at 23:00 local time. Entertainment venues can operate with 50 percent capacity or up to 250 people outdoors (whichever is less). Social gatherings are limited to 15 people indoors and 50 people outdoors. Individuals over the age of five are required to wear a face mask in indoor public spaces or outdoors where social distancing is not possible.

Visit the Minnesota Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Mississippi

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. All businesses have been allowed to reopen at full capacity. Individuals are being encouraged to wear face masks and practice social distancing; however, this is no longer mandated.

Visit the Mississippi State Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Missouri

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. All state-wide restrictions have been lifted, but local officials have the authority to implement regulations on a local level. Authorities continue to encourage social distancing and avoiding large crowds.

Visit the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Montana

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. All businesses can operate if they follow social distancing guidelines and health protocols. Gatherings are permitted, provided the participants follow safety measures. Face masks are no longer required in public spaces; however, authorities are encouraging residents to wear them.

Visit the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Nebraska

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Areas are designated a colour (green, blue, yellow, orange, and red) to determine the level of restrictions. All counties have moved to the ‘green’ level of reopening. This allows non-essential businesses, including retail, bars, and restaurants, to operate at full capacity if they follow safety guidelines. Events with more than 500 people must obtain prior approval from the local authorities. Face masks should be worn in public spaces.

Visit the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Nevada

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Each county has the authority to issue local mitigation measures on businesses and public activities. Many businesses, restaurants, and bars are allowed to open with capacity restrictions. Public gatherings and events are limited to 250 people, with the organizer required to submit an event plan to the county. Face masks are required by anyone over the age of nine in indoor public spaces or when social distancing cannot be maintained.

Visit the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

New Hampshire

Entry Requirements

A 14-day self-quarantine is required for visitors to the state, except for those coming from other New England states. Retail stores and hair salons can operate if they follow safety guidelines and limit capacity. Gyms can operate at 50 percent capacity. Beaches and hotels have reopened. Restaurants can open with social distancing measures in place. A state-wide face mask mandate has been lifted; however, select local mandates remain in effect. Restrictions on businesses are expected to be reviewed on May 7.

Visit the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

New Jersey

Entry Requirements

Travelers arriving from other states with high rates of COVID-19 are required to self-isolate for 14 days. Non-essential businesses and restaurants are allowed to operate with safety protocols and capacity limits. Gatherings are limited to 25 people indoors and 200 people outdoors. Face masks are required in grocery stores and retailers, as well as outdoors where social distancing cannot be maintained. Beginning May 19, restaurants and other businesses will no longer have a capacity restriction, indoor gatherings can increase to 50 people provided masks are worn, there will be no limit on outdoor groups, and large indoor venues can operate at 30 percent capacity.

Travelers are also asked to complete a voluntary online questionnaire.

Visit the New Jersey COVID-19 Information Hub, opens in a new window  for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

New Mexico

Entry Requirements

Counties are designated at either a green, yellow, or red level to determine local restrictions. Red counties restrict most businesses to 25 percent capacity or 75 customers. Restaurants are not permitted to serve indoor dining and must restrict outdoor services to 25 percent, and close by 21:00 local time. Gatherings are limited to five people. Yellow counties restrict most businesses to 25 percent capacity or up to 125 customers. Restaurants are limited to 25 percent capacity indoors and 75 percent outdoors. Gatherings are limited to 10 people. Green counties see many businesses operating at five percent capacity. Restaurants can operate up to 50 percent indoor dining and 75 percent outdoor dining. Gatherings are restricted to 20 people. Face coverings are required in public except when eating, drinking, or exercising.

Visit the New Mexico Travel Advisory for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information., opens in a new window for 

New York

Entry Requirements

Domestic and asymptomatic travelers from another state are no longer required to quarantine or test for entry; however, must complete the ‘New York State Travel Form’. All regions of the state have entered Phase Four of reopening. Restaurants may provide indoor dining at 75 percent capacity, except for in New York City where it is restrict to a 50 percent limit. Activities such as zoos, museums, some entertainment venues, and malls are reopening with limitations. Face coverings are required in public for all over the age of two when social distancing cannot be maintained. Indoor and outdoor gatherings are limited to 10 people. Authorities plan to ease restrictions on May 17 and 31, with intentions to fully reopen the economy by June 1.

Visit the New York State COVID-19 Information Page for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

North Carolina

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Retail stores, entertainment facilities and restaurants can operate if they follow safety guidelines and limit capacity. Gatherings are limited to 100 people outdoors and 50 people for indoors, but this does not apply to religious services. Face masks are required in indoor public spaces for those over the age of five in public areas where social distancing cannot be maintained until at least 31 May. Measures are expected to be reviewed around June 1.

Visit the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

North Dakota

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Travelers entering North Dakota following international travel are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. The state’s Smart Restart Plan has created different recommendations in each county dividing them by color (blue, green, yellow, orange, and red). In red counties, non-essential businesses including retail, restaurants salons, gyms, and theaters should close. In orange counties, restaurants should only operate for pickup and delivery services. In yellow counties, restaurants can begin to offer indoor dining with 65 percent capacity or 200 people, whichever is less. In green counties, restaurants may open with up to 80 percent capacity or 300 people, whichever is less. Business are encouraged to enforce social distancing and other safety measures. Local governments are permitted to add their own requirements and closures.

Visit the North Dakota Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Ohio

Entry Requirements

Travelers from high-risk states are encouraged to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival. Retail stores and salons are allowed to operate at reduced capacity and with additional safety measures. Restaurants can operate with indoor dining under restrictions. Gatherings are limited and social distancing measures should be followed outdoors. Face masks are required in indoor public spaces, on public transportation, and where social distancing is not possible.

Visit the Ohio Department of Health, opens in a new window  for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Oklahoma

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Governor Kevin Stitt has lifted all state-wide coronavirus restrictions. Wearing a face mask will be a personal decision, and businesses should implement safety and health protocols.

Visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Oregon

Entry Requirements

Individuals over the age of five are required to wear face masks in outdoor spaces where social distancing is not possible and in indoor public areas. Counties are being split into four different risk levels. Each county’s risk level determines what its businesses and residents can do. Counties fall into lower (green), moderate (yellow), high (orange), or extreme risk (red) categories, which means each of those counties can reopen for outdoor and indoor dining. Counties considered “extreme risk” will be able to reopen gyms for outdoor activities and allow outdoor service at restaurants and bars for up to 50 people, with no more than six people per table. Concerning retail establishments in extreme risk counties, officials will be limiting capacity to 50 percent at places like malls and grocery stores. In extreme, high, or moderate-risk counties, businesses must close by 23:00 local time, while in low risk counties, they can operate until midnight.

Visit the Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Pennsylvania

Entry Requirements

Individuals over the age of two are required to wear face coverings in public places where social distancing cannot be maintained. Restaurants can provide indoor dining with capacity limits. Gyms, theaters, museums, and other entertainment establishments can reopen with restrictions. Gatherings are restricted to 25 percent of a venue’s capacity if indoors and 50 percent outdoors, provided that face masks are worn and social distancing can be practiced.

Visit the Pennsylvania Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Rhode Island

Entry Requirements

Visitors traveling from another state with a high community spread rate are required to self-quarantine for 10 days upon arrival or provide a negative test. Non-essential businesses, including retail, salons, and office-based businesses, can operate if they follow safety guidelines and limit capacity. Restaurants are open for dine in service with capacity limits. Face coverings must be worn in public spaces by all over two when social distancing cannot be maintained. Social gatherings are limited to 15 people indoors and 50 people outdoors. Entertainments venues are limited to 50 percent capacity or 250 people indoors, or 500 outdoors.

Visit the Rhode Island Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

South Carolina

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Non-essential businesses, including retail, gyms, salons, restaurants, and some entertainment venues can operate if they follow safety guidelines and limit capacity. Restaurants may operate with indoor seating if tables are spaced six feet apart. Entertainment venues can open at 50 percent capacity or up to 250 people, whichever is smaller. Officials are encouraging the use of face masks in public spaces.

Visit the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

South Dakota

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. The state’s ‘Back to Normal’ plan is in effect. Non-essential businesses including, retail and restaurants, can operate with the state recommending, but not requiring capacity limits and social distancing.

Visit the South Dakota Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Tennessee

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Non-essential businesses, including retail, restaurants, theaters, amusement parks, and salons, can operate if they follow safety guidelines. Social distancing measures should be followed between individuals from separate households. Davidson County, including Nashville, and counties with a locally-run health department require face masks in public.

Visit the Tennessee Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Texas

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. An executive order has rescinded the state-wide mask order and restrictions on business occupancy. Business owners can continue to require masks on their premises and restrict occupancy should they choose to do so. County with high hospitalization rates can also impose some local measures. The use of face masks are encouraged when social distancing cannot be maintained.

Visit the Texas Department of State Health Services, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

U.S. Territories (American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands)

Entry Requirements

Visit the American Samoa Government Department of Human and Social Services for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Visit the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Visit the Guam Department of Public Health and Social Services, Division of Public Health for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Visit the Puerto Rico Department of Health for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Visit the U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Health for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Utah

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time.  Non-essential businesses, including retail, restaurants, and hair salons, can operate if they follow safety guidelines and limit capacity. Counties across the state are being designated under ‘high’, ‘moderate’, or ‘low’ transmission levels to determine local restrictions. In ‘high’ transmission areas, social gatherings are limited to 10 people. In ‘moderate’ transmission areas, gatherings cannot include more than 25 people. Individuals should practice social distancing protocols.

Visit the Utah Coronavirus Page, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Vermont

Entry Requirements

Travelers entering Vermont are required to self-quarantine for 14 days. Retail stores and salons are allowed to open if they follow safety guidelines and limit capacity. Restaurants and entertainment venues can operate at 50 percent capacity, but must close by 22:00 local time. Private gatherings between households are banned. Face masks are required for anyone over the age of two in public indoor and outdoor spaces where social distancing is not possible. Authorities are expected to lift most or all restrictions around July 4.

Visit the Vermont State Website , opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Virginia

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Non-essential businesses are allowed to open with retail stores operating at reduced capacity and restaurants and gyms allowed to resume indoor services. Social gatherings are limited to 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors. Indoor sporting venues can operate with up to 30 percent capacity or 100 spectators (whichever is smaller). Face masks are required in indoor public spaces by anyone older than five. Measures are expected to be eased on May 15.

Visit the Virginia Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Washington

Entry Requirements

Each state is designated as in either Phase 1, 2, or 3 for reopening. The majority of the state has moved into Phase 3, under which indoor gatherings are limited to 10 people, with outdoor meetings restricted to 50 individuals. Retailers and other businesses are limited to 50 percent capacity. Indoor dining is permitted with up to 50 percent of the tables filled. In Phase 2, gatherings should not include more than five people indoors and 15 people outdoors. Businesses must generally restrict entrance to 25 percent. Under Phase 1, indoor groups are prohibited and up to 10 members from two households may meet outdoors. Retailers are restricted to a 25 percent capacity; however, indoor dining is banned. Officials are encouraging the use of face masks in public spaces state-wide.

Visit the Washington State Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

West Virginia

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Officials have implemented an order to assign a color-coded system to each county to determine the level of restrictions (green, yellow, gold, orange, and red). Non-essential businesses, including retail and hair salons, can operate if they follow safety guidelines and limit capacity. Restaurants can offer indoor dining at full capacity. Social gatherings should not include more than 100 people. Anyone over the age of nine is required to wear a face mask in indoor public spaces, when social distancing cannot be maintained.

Visit the West Virginia Department of Health and Human ResourcesBureau for Public Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Wisconsin

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Individuals over the age of five are required to wear a face mask in indoors (spaces other than their private residence). Masks are also encouraged when outdoors, but it is not a requirement. Public and private venues are restricted to capacity limitations. Some counties and private businesses have implemented their own restrictions including gathering sizes.

Visit the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.

Wyoming

Entry Requirements

There are no known mandatory travel-related quarantine restrictions at this time. Non-essential businesses, including retail, restaurants, theaters, gyms, and hair salons, can operate as long as precautions are followed for indoor gatherings that follow those health protocols, up to 50 percent of a venue’s capacity, or a maximum of 500 people, will be allowed. Social gatherings are limited to 50 people indoors and outdoors. A mask mandate is no longer in effect.

Visit the Wyoming Department of Health, opens in a new window for the most recent mandates, restrictions, and additional information.