Travel Restrictions By State

While travel restrictions are loosening by the day, if you’re crossing state lines this summer, take a moment to review the state’s travel guidelines before finalizing your vacation plans.

Alabama There are no statewide travel restrictions for Alabama. However, Alabama’s Department of Public Health and Alabama Tourism Department actively promote health safety reminders to locals and tourists.

Alaska The state of Alaska has no travel restrictions.  You no longer have to show a negative test result before entering the state.

Aside from practicing safety protocols, Arizona has no active travel restrictions or quarantine mandates for visitors coming from other US states.


Nevada There are no statewide travel restrictions, required testing, or quarantine periods in Nevada. However, travelers should follow CDC guidelines and other safety measures posted on Nevada Travel Updates and Information.

New Hampshire There are no travel restrictions within New Hampshire. People who have recently traveled abroad (except for Canada) will require testing and to quarantine for at least seven days.

New Mexico New Mexico has no imposed travel restrictions at this time. Out-of-state arrivals are advised to self-quarantine for 14 days and take a Covid-19 test.

New York There are no travel restrictions enforced in New York. There are active health and safety measures on public transportation, in establishments, health facilities, and educational institutions.

Ohio The state of Ohio advises travelers coming from high-risk US states to self-quarantine for 14 days. Bookmark Ohio Travel Advisory to stay informed while planning your visit to Ohio.

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