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Domestic Travel Restrictions

Quarantine mandates and recommendations vary by state. We’ll keep you informed as state travel restrictions are created and lifted; however, you should always check restrictions based on your specific trip itinerary.
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Updated Jan 29 2021 12:29 pm EST
Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Effective December 9, individuals statewide must wear a facial covering in private businesses, government buildings, medical facilities, public transit, and taxi and rideshare services, as well as when entering or exiting a restaurant, bar or gym. This order is in place through February 14.

Bars: Bars are allowed to reopen. Effective January 9, bars no longer need to close from 10 pm and 5 am. Effective January 26, all bars in Teton County must close between 10 pm and 5 am.

Indoor recreation: Gyms have reopened with safety regulations in place; as of January 9, group workouts can expand to 25 individuals maximum.

Outdoor recreation: Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks began gradually lifting restrictions as part of a phased reopening. Roads, hiking trails, and rock climbing routes at Devil's Tower National Monument have reopened to public access with limited services.

Public gatherings: Effective December 9, gatherings (without required social distancing) of more than 10 individuals are prohibited. As of January 26, indoor events that include masks and social distancing must limit capacity to 25% or a maximum of 250 individuals. Outdoor events can operate with 500 individuals maximum. In Teton County, gatherings are capped at 10 individuals or 25% capacity for indoor events and 50% capacity or 250 people for outdoor events if social distancing protocols are in place.

Restaurants: Restaurants can offer indoor dining but must limit to no more than 6 people at a table. Effective January 9, restaurants no longer have to close between 10 pm and 5 am. Effective January 26, all restaurants in Teton County must close between 10 pm and 5 am. | https://health.wyo.gov/publichealth/infectious-disease-epidemiology-unit/disease/novel-coronavirus/covid-19-orders-and-guidance
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Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: As of July 24, facial coverings are required for all residents over 5 years of age in indoor and outdoor public spaces.

Bars: As of December 3, counties in the lower risk, moderate risk and high risk tiers can offer indoor service with capacity limits in place; counties in the extreme risk tier cannot offer indoor service. Outdoor seating is available across the state with restrictions and safety protocols in place. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Indoor recreation: As of December 3, counties in lower and moderate risk tiers can operate gyms, aquariums, theatres and museums at 50% capacity; retail stores can operate at 75% capacity with curbside pickup encouraged. Counties in the high risk tier can operate gyms, aquariums, theatres and museums at 25% capacity; retail stores can operate at 50% capacity with curbside pickup encouraged. As of January 29, counties in the extreme risk tier can allow up to 6 customers at a time in gyms if the space is over 500 square feet, theatres and museums can also allow up to 6 customers at a time if the space is over 500 square feet; retail stores can operate at 50% capacity with curbside pickup encouraged. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Outdoor recreation: As of December 3, outdoor fitness and entertainment establishements must limit capacity based on a county's tier. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Public gatherings: Effective December 3, limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings will be based on a county's tier. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Restaurants: As of December 3, counties in the lower risk, moderate risk and high risk tiers can offer indoor dining with capacity limits in place; counties in the extreme risk tier cannot offer indoor dining. Outdoor dining is available across the state with restrictions and safety protocols in place. Learn more about the restrictions here. | https://govstatus.egov.com/or-covid-19
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Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: On July 13, a statewide facial covering mandate took effect. This mandate was extended indefinitely on September 11.

Bars: As of September 11, parishes with a positivity rate of 5% or less for two consecutive weeks can begin operating at 25% capacity indoors, with a maximum of 50 individuals. Parishes with a positivity rate above 5% cannot operate indoor sales or consumption. As of November 25, all bars, regardless of parish positivity rates, can offer outdoor services but must limit capacity to 25% or 50 individuals maximum. All bars must close between 11 pm and 8 am. Takeout and delivery are encouraged.

Indoor recreation: Theatres, casinos, malls, museums, aquariums and gyms are operating at 50% capacity. As of January 29, businesses in New Orleans can increase capacity to 50%.

Outdoor recreation: Zoos are operating at 50% capacity. Sports crowds are limited to 25% of stadium or arena capacity. As of January 29, businesses in New Orleans can increase capacity to 50%.

Public gatherings: Social gatherings are now limited to 75 individuals indoors and 150 outdoors. All Louisianans are encouraged to avoid gathering with individuals outside of their household. As of January 29, gatherings in New Orleans can expand to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating at 50% capacity for indoor dining with social distancing measures in place. Outdoor dining, pick up and delivery are encouraged. Sales of alcohol are prohibited between the hours of 11 pm and 8 am. As of January 29, restaurants in New Orleans can increase capacity to 50%. | https://gov.louisiana.gov/home/
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Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Since May 29, facial coverings are required in public indoor settings, on public transportation and when in food and beverage establishments except while eating. As of November 16, the order applies to all individuals ages 5 and up. Effective December 14, facial coverings are required outdoors when social distancing cannot be followed.

Bars: As of November 16, bars must stop on-site alcohol sales by 10 pm and close by midnight.

Indoor recreation: Museums and aquariums are open with restrictions. Gyms are operating at 75% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Public beaches in Virginia Beach are open. State parks are available for day use and overnight stays in phases. Zoos, gardens, pools and outdoor sporting and performance venues are open with restrictions.

Public gatherings: Effective December 14, indoor and outdoor gatherings of more than 10 indviduals are prohibited.

Restaurants: Effective November 16, restaurants must stop on-site alcohol sales by 10 pm and close by midnight. There are no capacity limits for indoor dining but all tables must be 6 feet apart. | https://www.governor.virginia.gov/
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Detailed summary by state

We’ll keep you informed about travel restrictions and related safety regulations in the United States as the situation develops. Generally, essential workers in critical industries like health care, public safety, transportation, and food supply are exempt from the travel advisories listed below. The CDC recommends that all people wear masks or face coverings in public places. You should always check for restrictions yourself based on your specific trip itinerary.

Alabama

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Alabama does not have any travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: A statewide mask mandate is in place through March 5.

Bars: Bars are operating at full capacity with safety protocals in place.

Indoor recreation: Effective November 5, retail stores, gyms and entertainment venues are operating at full capacity with safety protocals in place.

Outdoor recreation: Beaches are open and athletic facilities resumed operations with safety protocols in place.

Public gatherings: People can gather in groups of more than 10 people, including at beaches, but must maintain six feet of distance from non-household members.

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Alaska

Quarantine required effective January 29

Travel restrictions: As of October 16, all out-of-state travelers arriving in Alaska are required to submit a travel declaration form and to be tested within 72 hours before arrival. If a traveler does not have their test result back upon arrival in Alaska, they must quarantine at their own expense until the results arrive. Travelers are encouraged to test again 5-14 days after arriving in Alaska. Travelers who decline testing must purchase a test upon arrival for $250 and quarantine at their own expense until their results are received. The state is no longer offering free tests for out-of-state travelers upon arrival; residents can still be tested for free upon arrival in Alaska. Non-residents also no longer have the option to quarantine in lieu of testing; residents can continue to choose this option. As of November 16, local communities have the authority to enact travel restrictions, including on inter-island travel.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels and other accommodations can now accept regular visitors, but by reservation only.

Mask requirement: There is no statewide facial covering mandate. However, major cities, like Anchorage, require facial coverings when entering any business. Businesses can also enact their own facial covering requirements.

Bars: Bars are operating with no capacity limits in place. Effective February 1, bars in Anchorage can increase capacity to 50%; alcohol service must stop at 12 am.

Indoor recreation: Retail stores are operating without any capacity restrictions; museums and libraries are open. Effective February 1, theatres, bingo halls and other indoor entertainment can operate at 50% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Alaskans may drive to other communities in the state for recreational and sightseeing purposes.

Public gatherings:Social gatherings are restricted to 50 people. As of February 1, indoor gatherings in Anchorage that include food and drinks are limited to 10 individuals maximum. Indoor gatherings in Anchorage without food or drinks are limited to 15 individuals maximum.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating with no capacity limits in place. As of February 1, restaurants in Anchorage can operate indoor and outdoor dining at 50% capacity; alcohol service must stop at 12 am.

Arizona

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of May 12, the self-quarantine requirement for out-of-state travelers was lifted. For more information, visit Arizona's tourism page here.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Residents are advised to wear facial coverings in public, regardless of whether individuals feel sick or not. Local governments have implemented their own facial covering policies and enforcement practices.

Bars: As of October 1, all 15 counties in Arizona are in the moderate stage allowing bars to operate at 50% capacity only if they converted to a restaurant service. If the bar does not serve food, it cannot reopen at this time.

Indoor recreation: As of October 1, gyms are operating at 25% capacity and movie theatres are operating at 50% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: As of October 1, water parks and tubing operations can resume operations at 50% capacity. The Grand Canyon began a gradual reopening on May 16.

Public gatherings: Gatherings are restricted to 50 people.

Restaurants: As of October 1, resturants are open with dine-in capacity restricted to 50%; pick up and delivery options are encouraged.

Arkansas

Some restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of June 15, the out-of-state quarantine mandates in Arkansas are no longer in place.

Public airports: Public airports are open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations. As of July 15, restrictions on commercial lodging and short-term rentals were lifted allowing anyone to book.

Mask requirement: As of July 20, facial coverings are required in public settings.

Bars: Bars inside of restaurants and freestanding bars have reopened.

Indoor recreation: Gyms and fitness centers have resumed limited operations. The state's three gaming casinos have reopened at one-third capacity with strict social distancing protocols. Movie theatres, museums and bowling alleys are open.

Outdoor recreation: State parks have reopened to rent cabins, lodges, and RVs for weekends, while certain high-use trails remain closed.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of more than 10 people in any confined indoor or outdoor space are prohibited.

Restaurants: The state entered Phase 2 on June 15, allowing restaurants to expand to 2/3 capacity.

California

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of November 13, residents returning to California from out-of-state or another county are advised to self-quarantine for 14 days. Residents are encouraged to avoid all non-essential travel. Travelers arriving in California from out-of-state are advised to self-quarantine for 14 days. As of January 25, the regional stay-at-home order was lifted and the state returned to a tiered reopening system.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels and short term rentals have resumed operations. Counties in tiers 2, 3 and 4 can begin reopeing fitness centers with restrictions in place.

Mask requirement: As of June 18, all Californians are required to wear facial coverings in public spaces.

Bars: Effective January 25, tier 1 and tier 2 counties must close all bars. Counties in tier 3 can operate indoor servies at 25% capacity or 100 people maximum, whichever is fewer. Counties in tier 4 can operate indoor services at 50% capacity or 200 people maximum, whichever is fewer. Learn more about the tiered reopening here.

Indoor recreation: Retail stores in tier 1 counties can operate at 25% capacity; tier 2 counties can operate at 50% capacity, tier 3 and 4 counties can operate with modifications. Malls in tier 1 counties are operating at 25% capacity; tier 2 counties are operating at 50% capacity; tier 3 and 4 counties are operating with modifications. Learn more about the tiered reopening here.

Outdoor recreation: Across all tiers, outdoor playgrounds and recreational facilities are open with modifications. Learn more about the tiered reopening here.

Public gatherings: Counties in tier 1 can only gather outdoors with a maximum of 3 households. Counties in tiers 2, 3 and 4 are strongly discouraged from gathering indoors and are also limited to 3 households maximum.

Restaurants: Counties in tier 1 can only offer outdoor dining services. Counties in tier 2 can offer indoor dining at 25% capacity or 100 people maximum, whichever is fewer. Counties in tier 3 and 4 can operate indoor dining at 50% capacity.

Colorado

Some restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Colorado does not have any travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations. Short term rentals reopened as of June 1.

Mask requirement: As of July 16, all Coloradans statewide are required to wear facial coverings in public indoor settings. This includes facial coverings on public transport, taxis and ride-sharing services.

Bars: Effective November 20, the counties in the "severe risk" and "extreme risk" levels must close all bars. As of June 30, all bars must close; exceptions include bars that have converted to restaurants with social distancing protocols in place or bars in counties with variances allowing them to operate. Bars are allowed to sell alcoholic drinks to go, only if included in a food takeout or delivery order. As of July 21, bars must stop serving alcohol at 10 pm.

Indoor recreation: Effective November 20, counties in the "severe risk" level must limit gym capacity to 10%; retail stores can operate at 50% capacity in these counties. Counties in the "extreme risk" level must limit retail to curbside pickup and delivery only.

Outdoor recreation: Coloradans can now travel beyond their county for recreation as long as they abide by local restrictions. Coloradans can make reservations at campgrounds in state parks in counties that have reopened them.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of more than 50 people remain banned. Individuals are required to maintain at least 6 feet of distance from others in public. Effective November 20, counties under the "severe risk" and "extreme risk" levels are barring personal gatherings of any size.

Restaurants: Restaurants are open for in-person dining at limited capacity; outdoor service is encouraged. Effective November 20, the counties in the "severe risk" level must close all in-person dining; outdoor dining is permitted but only with members of your own household. Counties in the "extreme risk" level must close all indoor and outdoor dining.

Connecticut

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel Restrictions: Travelers arriving from states with high COVID-19 infection rates must self-quarantine for 10 days. To avoid quarantine, travelers can show proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken 72 hours before arrival. Travelers from New York, New Jersey and Rhode Island are exempt.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operation.

Mask requirements: Anyone over age 2 must wear a face covering in public spaces, both indoor and outdoor, when social distancing can't be maintained.

Bars: Bars, wineries and breweries have resumed operation and are allowed to deliver directly to homes.

Indoor Recreation: Indoor museums, zoos, aquariums and indoor recreation venues have been allowed to resume. Indoor performing arts centers can operate at 50% capacity with a cap of 100 people.

Outdoor Recreation: State parks with beaches along the shoreline have reopened at limited capacity. State campgrounds opened for the season on July 8.

Public Gatherings: At private residences, indoor and outdoor gatherings are capped at 10 people. At commercial venues, indoor gatherings are capped at 25 people and outdoor gatherings at 50 people.

Restaurants: Restaurants must restrict indoor dining services to 50% capacity and close by 10pm.

Delaware

Some restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of June 1, the out-of-state quarantine policies were lifted in Delaware. Starting December 14, the state is encouraging residents to stay at home and avoid gathering with anyone outside their household. This order was extended on January 8.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels and other accommodations began reopening on June 1.

Mask requirement: Delaware residents are required to wear facial coverings in public settings and on public transportation. Beginning December 14, individuals are required to wear a facial covering when indoors with anyone outside of their immediate household. All children in kindergarten and older are required to wear facial coverings in public settings and school buildings.

Bars: Effective January 8, curfews at bars were lifted.

Indoor recreation: Retail establishments and gyms are operating at 30% capacity. Exercise classes at gyms are limited to 10 people maximum. Any business over 100,000 square feet must limit capacity to 20%.

Outdoor recreation: Beaches and community pools are open with strict safety protocols in place. Golf courses are open.

Public gatherings:Effective November 23, outdoor public gatherings are limited to 50 people. Indoor gatherings in homes of more than 10 people are prohibited. Indoor gatherings outside of homes are limited to 30% capacity or 50 people maximum.

Restaurants: Effective January 8, curfews at restaurants were lifted; restaurants are still operating at 30% capacity. Food courts are now limited to 100 people. As of July 24, all food and drink establishments are required to offer customers the option to leave personal information on file to help with potential contact tracing.

District of Columbia

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of July 27, nonessential out-of-state travelers entering DC from specific states are required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: As of July 22, individuals are required to wear a facial covering whenever they leave their homes.

Bars: Effective November 25, alcohol sales must end by 10 pm.

Indoor recreation: Effective January 21, the National Mall must remain closed and indoor library services remain barred. Museums are allowed to reopen with a maximum of 250 guests per floor. Effective November 25, indoor and outdoor fitness classes with 25 or more individuals must be suspended. Gyms, health clubs and yoga studios will continue to operate with restrictions in place.

Outdoor recreation: Pools, playgrounds, courts and fields are open with restrictions in place.

Public gatherings: Effective November 25, outdoor gatherings of more than 25 individuals is prohibited. Indoor gatherings are capped at 10 individuals.

Restaurants: As of January 22, indoor dining can resume at 25% capacity or 250 people maximum, whichever is fewer.

Florida

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of August 6, the self-quarantine mandate for travelers arrriving in Florida from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut was lifted.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations, and counties can apply for approval to operate vacation rentals.

Mask requirement: All residents are advised to wear masks in public and social distance.

Bars: As of September 25, bars and pubs that derive 50% of sales from alcohol can operate at full capacity with social distancing protocals in place.

Indoor recreation: Gyms and retail establishments can operate at full capacity with social distancing and sanitation protocols in place. Movie theatres, museums and libraries can operate at 50% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Select state parks and trails have reopened for restricted recreational use. As of Septmeber 25, theme parks can return to normal operations with social distancing protocals in place.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of over 50 people are prohibited.

Restaurants: Effective September 25, restaurants can operate at full capacity with social distancing protocals in place.

Georgia

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Georgia does not have any travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: There is no statewide mandate for facial coverings. However, local facial covering mandates are in place since mid-August.

Bars: Bars can expand to 50 people or 35% capacity, whichever is greater.

Indoor recreation: Gyms, bowling alleys and movie theaters have reopened. As of July 1, conventions and live performances can be held if they meet specific requirements.

Outdoor recreation: Beaches and state parks are open. As of June 12, amusement and water parks reopened.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of more than 50 people are prohibited.

Restaurants: Restaurants are open with no capacity restrictions in place.

Hawaii

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel restrictions: All travelers arriving at Hawaii's airports, including residents, must complete the required paperwork. Beginning October 15, travelers with a valid negative COVID-19 test issued within 72 hours of travel will no longer need to quarantine upon arrival. Beginning September 1, individuals traveling to or within Hawaii must fill out a digital health form via the Safe Travels app. Effective November 24, if travelers do not upload proof of a negative test onto the Safe Travels app or provide a hard copy of the results prior to departure, they must self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in Hawaii. As of January 5, individuals traveling to the island of Kauai who have tested negative 72 hours prior to arrival only have to quarantine for 3 days at a "resort bubble" - travelers must test negative again after this three-day period. Several resorts are included in a "resort bubble" allowing travelers to quarantine at their facilities; guests must agree to wear an electronic tracking bracelet to ensure they don't leave the property. Effective January 5, travelers can avoid the self-quarantine in Kauai if they travel to another Hawaiian island with pre-arrival testing first and wait at least three days before traveling to Kauai.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Some hotels have begun to reopen, but many remain closed. State park camping and lodging began phased reopening on July 1.

Mask requirement: As of November 16, all individuals aged 5 and up are required to wear facial coverings in all indoor public settings, in private vehicles such as cabs and ride-sharing, and outdoors when social distancing cannot be upheld. On the island of Maui, facial coverings must be worn while walking to and from the pool or beach area, while at the gym or yoga studio and whether indoors or outdoors.

Bars: Bars have begun to reopen with strict restrictions in place. Effective January 19, the island of Maui is restricting bar capacity to 30%; bars must close by 10 pm.

Indoor recreation: Gyms, museums, and theatres have begun to reopen. Effective January 19, retail stores on the island of Maui are operating at 30% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Select state parks have reopened, but social distancing measures must be in place. Restrictions on recreational boating have been lifted.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of more than 10 individuals are prohibited. Effective January 19, gatherings on the island of Maui are limited to 5 individuals.

Restaurants: Limited indoor dining is permitted, outdoor dining is encouraged. Effective January 19, the island of Maui is restricting restaurant capacity to 30%; restaurants must close by 10 pm for normal service but can continue to offer takeout and drive-thru services past this curfew.

Idaho

Some restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of May 15, the self-quarantine mandate for out-of-state travelers arriving in Idaho was lifted.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: While there is no statewide mask mandate, individuals are encouraged to wear facial coverings and practice social distancing.

Bars: Bars began reopening on May 30; bars are open for table seating only.

Indoor recreation: Retail stores, salons, gyms and nightclubs are open with restrictions.

Outdoor recreation: Outdoor pools and water parks have reopened.

Public gatherings: As of November 13, gatherings of more than 10 individuals is prohibited.

Restaurants: Restaurants have reopened with safety protocols in place.

Illinois

Some restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Illinois does not have any state-wide restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers, though some cities including Chicago do have requirements in place. There is a statewide 11 p.m. curfew in place.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement: A statewide mask mandate requires anyone over age 2 to wear a face coverings when indoors in a public space or when outside if a 6-foot distance between people cannot be maintained.

Bars: Bars are required to close between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. and may not offer indoor service.

Indoor recreation: Movie theaters, bowling alleys and other indoor recreational venues are closed. Cultural institutions have been allowed to reopen with restrictions.

Outdoor recreation: All state parks have reopened. Golf courses have lifted certain restrictions, and tennis facilities have reopened with restrictions.

Public gatherings: Indoor gatherings are limited to household members. Outdoor gatherings are limited to 10 people and social distancing must be maintained.

Restaurants: Restaurants are required to close between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. and may not offer indoor service. Outdoor dining is permitted, but reservations are required.

Indiana

Some restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Indiana does not have any state-wide restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement: A statewide mask mandate remain in effect.

Bars: Indiana has moved to a county-by-county approach to limiting capacity at bars.

Indoor recreation: Malls, museums, zoos, aquariums movie theaters, bowling alleys, and similar facilities may open at full capacity. Casinos were approved to reopen as of June 15.

Outdoor recreation: Community pools, and athletic courts and fields have reopened. Campgrounds, state parks, and state park beaches have also reopened. Raceways, amusement and water parks can open at 50% capacity. Playgrounds have reopened. Effective July 4, fairs, festivals and similar outdoor events can take place.

Public gatherings: Indiana has moved toward a county-by-county approach for public gatherings.

Restaurants:Indiana has moved to a county-by-county approach for limiting restaurant capacity.

Iowa

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Iowa does not have any restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement: Individuals age 2 and older must wear a mask in public indoor spaces if within 6 feet of others from outside their household for 15 minutes or longer.

Bars: Bars must seat parties 6 feet apart and cannot seat a party larger than 8 people.

Indoor recreation: Malls, movie theaters, zoos, aquariums, and museums have reopened with safety measures in place. Casinos and indoor gaming venues can reopen with occupancy limits and safety measures.

Outdoor recreation: Race tracksm, campgrounds, and drive-in movie theaters have reopened at limited capacity with safety measures in place. Swimming pools have opened for lap swimming and swimming lessons. State parks are open, and on-site facilities like cabins and restrooms are also reopening with restrictions. Speedways and raceways have reopened for spectators, and outdoor performance venues can now hold live performances.

Public gatherings: Mass gatherings and events have no limits on size, but people must practice social distancing.

Restaurants: Restaurants must seat parties 6 feet apart and cannot seat a party larger than 8 people.

Kansas

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Kansas mandates a 14-day home quarantine for all Kansans who traveled to a state with widespread transmission. The mandate also applies to anyone who traveled internationally or on a cruise ship on or after March 15.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement: Individuals over age 5 must wear a face covering in indoor public spaces, while using public transportation or in outdoor public spaces if social distancing with non-household members cannot be maintained.

Bars: Bars and nightclubs remain closed.

Indoor recreation: Indoor leisure spaces, community centers and state-owned casinos have resumed operations at limited capacity with safety measures in place.

Outdoor recreation: Swimming pools and large entertainment venues remain closed. Fairs, festivals, carnivals, and parades are not allowed.

Public gatherings: Public gatherings are limited to 45 people.

Restaurants: Restaurants have resumed operations at limited capacity with safety measures in place.

Kentucky

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of July 20, Kentucky residents who have traveled to the following states are advised to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Out-of-state travelers from those states are recommended to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in Kentucky. Residents are encouraged not to travel to these states.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: As of July 9, individuals are required to wear facial coverings in indoor public spaces, on public transportation, in ride-sharing and outdoors in public when social distancing cannot be maintained. On December 3, this order was extended for an additional 30 days.

Bars: As of December 14, bars can operate indoor services at 50% capacity and can continue to offer curbside pickup, delivery and outdoor seating. All bars must stop serving alcohol and food by 11 pm, and close by midnight.

Indoor recreation: As of Decemver 14, gyms, fitness centers and other indoor recreation facilities can operate at 50% capacity. Movie theatres are also operating at 50% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Most state parks remain open during the day; visitors are required to wear a mask and social distance when visiting.

Public gatherings: Effective December 14, social gatherings are limited to a total of two households.

Restaurants: As of December 14, restaurants can operate indoor dining at 50% capacity and can continue to offer curbside pickup, delivery and outdoor dining. All restaurants must stop serving food by 11 pm and close by midnight.

Louisiana

Some restrictions effective January 29

Travel restrictions: Lousianna has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: On July 13, a statewide facial covering mandate took effect. This mandate was extended indefinitely on September 11.

Bars: As of September 11, parishes with a positivity rate of 5% or less for two consecutive weeks can begin operating at 25% capacity indoors, with a maximum of 50 individuals. Parishes with a positivity rate above 5% cannot operate indoor sales or consumption. As of November 25, all bars, regardless of parish positivity rates, can offer outdoor services but must limit capacity to 25% or 50 individuals maximum. All bars must close between 11 pm and 8 am. Takeout and delivery are encouraged.

Indoor recreation: Theatres, casinos, malls, museums, aquariums and gyms are operating at 50% capacity. As of January 29, businesses in New Orleans can increase capacity to 50%.

Outdoor recreation: Zoos are operating at 50% capacity. Sports crowds are limited to 25% of stadium or arena capacity. As of January 29, businesses in New Orleans can increase capacity to 50%.

Public gatherings: Social gatherings are now limited to 75 individuals indoors and 150 outdoors. All Louisianans are encouraged to avoid gathering with individuals outside of their household. As of January 29, gatherings in New Orleans can expand to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating at 50% capacity for indoor dining with social distancing measures in place. Outdoor dining, pick up and delivery are encouraged. Sales of alcohol are prohibited between the hours of 11 pm and 8 am. As of January 29, restaurants in New Orleans can increase capacity to 50%.

Maine

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel Restrictions: A travel mandate requires those visiting Maine to show a negative COVID-19 test or opt to self-quarantine for 10 days. Travelers from some states, including Vermont and New Hampshire, are exempt.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Lodging establishments can begin serving out-of-state resident who meet the 14-day quarantine or alternative resting requirement beginning June 26. Residents of New Hampshire and Vermont can stay at Maine lodging establishments as of June 12.

Mask requirements: Individuals aged 5 and older are required to wear cloth face coverings in public settings where physical distancing measures are hard to maintain.

Bars: Bars, breweries and tasting rooms can also reopen for outdoor, seated service, but must close by 9pm.

Indoor Recreation: Indoor shopping has reopened with strict precautions. Movie theaters are limited to 50 people.

Outdoor Recreation: Campgrounds and RV parks opened to Maine residents only on May 22.

Public Gatherings: Outdoor gatherings are limited to 100 people. Indoor gatherings are limited to 50 people.

Restaurants: The reopening of indoor dining, originally scheduled for Nov. 2, has been postponed. Restaurants must close by 9pm.

Maryland

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Effective November 11, Maryland residents are encouraged not to travel to states with positivity rates exceeding 10%. Maryland residents returning from out-of-state travel are encouraged to be tested immediately upon arrival in Maryland and to self-quarantine until results are received. Effective December 17, anyone traveling to Maryland from another state must self-quarantine for ten days or present a negative COVID test. This requirement does not apply if traveling from DC, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, or West Virginia.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: As of July 31, individuals over the age of 5 are required to wear facial coverings in public spaces, when frequenting businesses and outdoors when social distancing cannot be maintained.

Bars: Bars are operating at 50% capacity for indoor services and must close by 10 pm each night. As of January 22, bars in Baltimore without food licenses are operating at 25% capacity indoors and 50% capacity outdoors.

Indoor recreation: Effective December 11, all gyms, malls, museums and retail stores must limit capacity to 25%. Casinos must also reduce capacity to 25% and halt all food and drink services. Theatres must close.

Outdoor recreation: Effective December 11, outdoor recreation establishments must limit capacity to 25%. Outdoor entertainment venues must close.

Public gatherings: Effective December 17, indoor and outdoor gatherings are limited to 10 people. As of January 8, outdoor gatherings in Baltimore can expand to 25 individuals maximum.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating at 50% capacity for indoor dining; restaurants must close by 10 pm each night. As of January 22, restaurants in Baltimore can operate indoor dining at 25% capacity and outdoor dining at 50% capacity. Restaurants and bars in Baltimore are required to have sign-in/sign-out sheets to help with contact tracing and must limit guests to 1-hour maximum at the bar or restaurant.

Massachusetts

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel Restrictions: Travelers entering the state must self-quarantine for 14 days or show a negative COVID-19 test result. Those from states with low rates of COVID-19 are exempt.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Lodging providers including hotels can expand operations, but event spaces remain closed.

Mask requirements: Everyone over age 5 must wear a mask in public places, indoors or outdoors, even if social distancing is possible.

Bars: Bars and nightclubs will remain closed until Phase 4.

Indoor Recreation: Movie theaters can operate at 25% capacity with a 50-person limit per room. Indoor performance venues must remain closed.

Outdoor Recreation: Beaches, parks, drive-in movie theaters, outdoor gardens, zoos, reserves, and many outdoor activities including fishing, hunting, and boating have reopened. Professional sports can hold games without spectators under league-wide rules.

Public Gatherings:At private residences, indoor gatherings are capped at 10 people and outdoor gatherings at 25 people. Indoor gatherings at event venues or public settings are capped at 25 people. Gatherings at event venues are limited to 25 people indoors and 50 people outdoors.

Restaurants: Restaurants must stop table service at 9:30 p.m. but can still offer takeout and delivery. They must also limit part size to 6 people and enforce a 90-minute limit on diners.

Michigan

Some restrictions effective January 26

Travel Restrictions: Michigan does not have restrictions in place for out-of-state-travelers.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirements: Individuals age 5 and older must wear a face mask at nonresidential gatherings.

Bars: Indoor service at bars was closed on July 1 citing recent outbreaks. Bars and restaurants may sell cocktails-to-go.

Indoor Recreation: Museums, bowling alleys and casinos have reopened with restrictions, but nightclubs remain closed.

Outdoor Recreation: State parks are open, and certain outdoor activities like golfing and motorized boating are permitted as long as social distancing is practiced. Swimming pools are open.

Public Gatherings: Indoor gatherings at private residences are limited to 10 and cannot include people from more than two households. Outdoor gatherings are allowed, but are capped at 25 people.

Restaurants: Restaurants must close indoor dining, but outdoor dining and takeout are still allowed.

Minnesota

Some restrictions effective January 21

Travel Restrictions: Minnesota does not have restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels are open.

Mask requirements: People age 5 and older must wear masks in public places where maintaining six feet of distance is difficult.

Bars: Bars remain closed.

Indoor Recreation: Indoor entertainment venues are closed.

Outdoor Recreation: Outdoor entertainment venues are closed.

Public Gatherings: Social gatherings both indoors and outdoors are prohibited.

Restaurants:Restaurants are closed for on-premises dining, but takeout and delivery are still permitted.

Mississippi

Some restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Mississippi has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: As of January 6, the vast majority of Mississippi's counties are under stricter restrictions including mandating facial coverings in public areas. As of December 11, facial coverings are required in schools statewide when social distancing is not possible.

Bars: Bars that don't serve food are allowed to reopen but can only serve seated customers; those establishments are operating at 75% capacity. Bars are prohibited from selling alcohol between the hours of 11 pm and 7 am.

Indoor recreation: Bowling alleys, movie theaters, museums and casinos are open with restrictions in place. Gyms and retail stores are now operating at 75% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: State parks have reopened. Municipal and private parks can also open, subject to restrictions imposed by local authorities.

Public gatherings: As of December 11, when social distancing is not possible, gatherings of more than 10 individuals indoors is prohibited. Gatherings are more than 50 individuals outdoors is prohibited.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating at 75% capacity. Restaurants are prohibited from selling alcohol between the hours of 11 pm and 7 am.

Missouri

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Missouri has no restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement: There in no statewide mandate for facial coverings.

Bars: All restrictions lifted.

Indoor recreation: All restrictions lifted.

Outdoor recreation: All restrictions lifted.

Public gatherings: There are no longer limits on the size of public gatherings, but people must continue to practice social distancing at all times.

Restaurants: All restrictions lifted.

Montana

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of June 1, out-of-state travelers arriving in Montana no longer have to quarantine for 14 days.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: As of November 20, facial coverings are required in public areas across all counties in Montana. Previously, the mandate only applied to counties with four or more active cases.

Bars: Effective January 15, bars, breweries and distilleries have no capacity limits in place and no longer need to close by 10 pm.

Indoor recreation: As of January 15, casinos, gyms, indoor fitness classes, pools, and hot tubs are operating at full capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Glacier National Park began partial reopening on June 8.

Public gatherings: As of January 15, there are no limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings.

Restaurants: Effective January 15, restaurants have no capacity limits in place and no longer need to close by 10 pm.

Nebraska

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Only individuals returning to Nebraska from international travel will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement: There is no statewide mandate to wear masks.

Bars: Bars are open at 100% capacity and without restrictions, though it is recommended to limit parties to 8 people.

Indoor recreation: No indoor recreation guidance has been provided.

Outdoor recreation: Drive-in movie theaters can operate as long as patrons remain in their vehicles. A modified Nebraska State Fair will take place at the end of August.

Public gatherings: Gatherings at theaters, arenas, stadiums, auctions and similar establishments can increase to 75% capacity if indoors and 100% capacity if outdoors.

Restaurants: Restaurants are open at 100% capacity and without restrictions, though it is recommended to limit parties to 8 people.

Nevada

Some restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Nevada has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Effective November 24, facial coverings are required at all times for both indoor and outdoor activities.

Bars: Effective November 24, bars are operating at 25% capacity; reservations are required at bars that serve food. Bars and taverns that do not serve food can operate but must close by midnight.

Indoor recreation: Effective November 24, gyms are operating at 25% capacity - masks must be worn at all times when working out. Casinos and other gaming establishments must also reduce capacity to 25% - restaurants and bars within gaming facilities must operate at 25% capacity maximum. Retail businesses can continue to offer pickup and delivery, and operate at 25% capacity. These capacity limits were extended for an additional 30 days on January 11.

Outdoor recreation: Theme parks, zoos and water parks are operating at 25% capacity.

Public gatherings: Private gatherings of more than 10 individuals are prohibited, this order was extended for an additional 30 days on January 11. Outdoor gatherings of more than 50 individuals are prohibited. Facial coverings must be used when interacting with individuals outside of your household.

Restaurants: Effective November 24, restaurants can offer dine-in service at up to 25% capacity. There can be no more than 4 people at one table and a reservation is required.

New Hampshire

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel Restrictions: Travelers, visitors and residents arriving from out-of-state must meet self-quarantine restrictions.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Effective June 29, hotels, inns and campgrounds can operate at 100% capacity.

Mask requirements: Individuals over age 5 are ordered to wear face coverings in indoors or outdoor public spaces if social distancing from people outside your household cannot be maintained.

Bars: No guidance specified.

Indoor Recreation: Libraries, museums, art galleries and pools can reopen in line with state guidance. Beginning June 29, indoor movie theaters, performing arts centers and amusement parks can open with capacity limits.

Outdoor Recreation: Golf courses have reopened, and other recreational outdoor activities have also resumed. State seacoast beaches reopened for recreational activity and sunbathing, but visitors must maintain 6 feet of distance from others. Outdoor attractions such as outdoor race tracks and tourist trains can resume operation in line with updated guidance.

Public Gatherings: No limitations.

Restaurants: Restaurants can offer indoor and outdoor dining but tables should be spaced 6 feet apart.

New Jersey

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel Restrictions: There is a mandatory 14-day quarantine in place for travelers coming to New Jersey from high-risk states. The CDC has urged residents of New Jersey to refrain from non-essential domestic travel.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirements: Individuals are required to wear face coverings in outdoor public settings where social distancing is not feasible and are required at all times in indoor spaces.

Bars: Outdoor seating is permitted.

Indoor Recreation: Casinos remain closed. Indoor pools, amusement parks, water parks, movie theaters and other indoor performances have all been allowed to reopen at 25% capacity.

Outdoor Recreation: State parks, forests, golf courses, county parks, and recreational campgrounds have reopened. Jersey Shore beaches reopened with restrictions on May 22, along with state beaches, boardwalks, lakes, and lakeshores with social distancing measures in place. Charter fishing and chartered boat services also reopened with restrictions. Certain outdoor activities at recreational businesses have resumed, including archery ranges, batting cages, horseback riding, shooting ranges, and tennis clubs. Municipal and private-club swimming pools can open beginning June 22, Community gardens and all-terrain vehicle and dirt bike rental businesses have opened, and certain restrictions on golf courses have been lifted. Beginning July 2, playgrounds and outdoor amusement parks can open, but visitors will be required to wear face coverings.

Public Gatherings: As of Dec. 7, outdoor gatherings cannot exceed 25 people. Indoor gatherings can have a maximum of 10 people or 25% capacity, whichever is smaller.

Restaurants: Outdoor dining is permitted. Indoor services must stop between 10pm and 5am. Seating at bar areas is prohibited.

New Mexico

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Travelers arriving in New Mexico from the following high-risk states are required to quarantine for 14-days or for the duration of their stay, whichever is shorter. As of October 14, travelers can no longer avoid the mandatory quarantine by presenting a negative test - all travelers from high-risk states must self-quarantine now. Travel across the southern border to Mexico is restricted to essential travel only.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Effective December 2, New Mexico transitioned to a tiered county-by-country system for reopening. Counties in the green tier can operate at 75% capacity if certified training is completed; 40% if not. Counties in the yellow tier can operate at 60% capacity if certified training is complete; 25% if not. Counties in the red tier can operate at 40% capacity if certified training is complete; 25% if not. Statewide, vacation rentals are limited to a maximum of 5 guests. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Mask requirement: Universal face coverings are mandated statewide when in public settings. Facial coverings are being enforced with violators subject to a $100 fine. Effective July 13, facial coverings are also required when exercising.

Bars: Counties in the red tier must stop serving alcohol by 9 pm. Counties in the yellow tier must stop serving alcohol by 10 pm. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Indoor recreation: Across the state, close-contact recreational facilities will remain closed. Red and yellow counties can operate retail stores and other businesses at 25% capacity. Green counties can operate at 50% capacity. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Outdoor recreation: Red and yellow counties can operate outdoor recreational facilities at 25% capacity. Green counties can operate at 50% capacity. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Public gatherings: In red counties, gatherings of more than 5 individuals are prohibited. In yellow counties, gatherings of more than 10 individuals are prohibited. In green counties, gatherings of more than 20 individuals are prohibited.

Restaurants: Red counties must close all indoor dining and can operate outdoor dining at 25% capacity; alcohol sales must stop by 9 pm. Yellow counties can operate indoor dining at 25% capacity and outdoor at 75%; alcohol sales must stop by 10 pm. Green counties can operate indoor dining at 50% capacity and outdoor at 75% capacity.

New York

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel Restrictions: Out of state travelers that would like to opt out of a 14-day quarantine must take a COVID-19 test 3 days before travel, quarantine for 3 days and take another test on day four. Both tests must be negative to avoid the 14-day quarantine. Additionally, out-of-state travelers must complete a state Department of Health travel form upon entering New York. Enforcement teams will be stationed at Port Authority and regional airports.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirements: Individuals over age two must wear a face mask in public if social distancing cannot be maintained. Businesses are permitted to deny entry to anyone not wearing a mask.

Bars: Bars are permitted to have outdoor seating but are held responsible for overcrowding on sidewalks and walkways.

Indoor Recreation: Bowling alleys are open statewide. Some cultural institutions such a museums and aquariums were allowed to reopen at 33% capacity in New York City. Movie theaters in some counties have been allowed to reopen at 25% capacity but no more than 50 people per theater.

Outdoor Recreation: Zoos, nature parks, outdoor museums and other low-risk outdoor arts and entertainment venues can reopen at 33% capacity.

Public Gatherings: Indoor and outdoor private gatherings are limited to 10 people.

Restaurants: Indoor dining remains closed in NYC. Regions outside of NYC can resume indoor service at 50% capacity. Outdoor dining, takeout and delivery are still allowed. Restaurants must close between 10pm and 5am.

North Carolina

Some restrictions effective January 29

Travel restrictions: North Carolina has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers. Effective December 11, North Carolina is under a modified stay-at-home order. Individuals are encouraged to stay at home during the hours of 10 pm and 5 am each day. Non-essential businesses must close from 10 pm and 5 am; alcohol sales and onsite consumption is prohibited between the hours of 9 pm and 7 am. The order was extended through February 28.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Effective November 23, facial coverings are required in all indoor public spaces, regardless of the ability to social distance. Businesses are asked to more strictly enforce facial covering mandates, including when using public transportation or while exercising at the gym.

Bars:Bars can offer outdoor seating at 30% capacity. Effective December 11, bars must close by 10 pm. Alcohol sales must end by 9 pm.

Indoor recreation: Retail businesses may operate at 50% capacity and must implement health and safety measures for workers and customers. Effective September 4, museums and aquariums can reopen at 50% capacity and gyms and movie theatres can operate at 30% capacity. Effective December 11, non-essential businesses must close by 10 pm.

Outdoor recreation: Parks can reopen as long as social distancing is practiced.

Public gatherings: Indoor gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Outdoor gatherings of more than 50 people are prohibited.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating at 50% capacity. Effective December 11, all restaurants must close by 10 pm. Alcohol sales must end by 9 pm.

North Dakota

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Travelers entering North Dakota from international locations or other states with widespread COVID-19 transmission must quarantine immediately for 14 days upon arrival.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels are open.

Mask requirement: Individuals age 5 and older are required to wear a mask in indoor public spaces and businesses or when outdoor when social distancing cannot be maintained. This is in effect until Jan. 18.

Bars: Recommended capacity in bars is 65%.

Indoor recreation: Movie theater capacity has increased to 65%.

Outdoor recreation: Marinas and boat ramps opened on May 9 and 10. Campgrounds reopened May 21 for limited-service camping.

Public gatherings: The public gathering cap differs by county.

Restaurants: Restaurants and other food establishments must limit services to 65% capacity or 150 people, whichever is smaller. In-person dining is prohibited between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m. but takeout and delivery are still permitted during that time frame.

Ohio

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Individuals arriving to Ohio from states with a high rate of COVID-19 are asked to self-quarantine for 14 days, but it is not required. Individuals must stay in their homes between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels are open. Deluxe cabins at several state parks opened on June 1, and 9 state park lodges opened on June 5.

Mask requirement: People age 10 and older are required to wear face coverings when inside a location that is not a residence, when using public transport, or when outside if 6 feet of distance cannot be maintained.

Bars: Bars are banned from selling alcohol after 10pm.

Indoor recreation: Retail businesses, bowling alleys, and batting cages have reopened with safety requirements in place. On June 10, aquariums, art galleries, country clubs, ice skating rinks, indoor family entertainment centers, indoor sports facilities, laser tag facilities, indoor movie theaters, museums, , roller skating rinks, social clubs, trampoline parks and zoos were allowed to reopen with restrictions. Casinos were allowed to begin reopening on June 19.

Outdoor recreation: Swimming pools, miniature golf courses, and campgrounds have reopened with safety requirements in place. The 2020 Ohio State Fair has been canceled. On June 10, outdoor playgrounds were allowed to reopen with restrictions. Amusement parks and water parks were allowed to begin reopening on June 19.

Public gatherings: Gatherings are limited to 10 people.

Restaurants: Restaurants can offer indoor service with restrictions, but are not allowed to sell alcohol after 10 p.m.

Oklahoma

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of May 11, the required self-quarantine in Oklahoma for out-of-state travelers from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, California, Louisiana, and Washington was lifted.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Despite no statewide mandates, cities across Oklahoma have facial covering mandates and recommendations in place.

Bars: Bars are operating with limited standing room occupancy. As of January 14, bars no longer need to close for in-person service at 11 pm.

Indoor recreation: Movie theatres, nightclubs, gyms and concert halls have reopened.

Outdoor recreation: Organized sporting events have resumed.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Public gatherings, such as weddings or holiday parties, are limited to 50% capacity.

Restaurants: Restaurants have reopened with strict sanitation and social distancing practices in place. As of January 14, restaurants no longer need to close for in-person service at 11 pm.

Oregon

Quarantine required effective January 29

Travel restrictions:Any Oregon resident returning from out-of-state or other counties should self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Out-of-state travelers arriving in Oregon are advised to self-quarantine for 2 weeks upon arrival.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: As of July 24, facial coverings are required for all residents over 5 years of age in indoor and outdoor public spaces.

Bars: As of December 3, counties in the lower risk, moderate risk and high risk tiers can offer indoor service with capacity limits in place; counties in the extreme risk tier cannot offer indoor service. Outdoor seating is available across the state with restrictions and safety protocols in place. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Indoor recreation: As of December 3, counties in lower and moderate risk tiers can operate gyms, aquariums, theatres and museums at 50% capacity; retail stores can operate at 75% capacity with curbside pickup encouraged. Counties in the high risk tier can operate gyms, aquariums, theatres and museums at 25% capacity; retail stores can operate at 50% capacity with curbside pickup encouraged. As of January 29, counties in the extreme risk tier can allow up to 6 customers at a time in gyms if the space is over 500 square feet, theatres and museums can also allow up to 6 customers at a time if the space is over 500 square feet; retail stores can operate at 50% capacity with curbside pickup encouraged. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Outdoor recreation: As of December 3, outdoor fitness and entertainment establishements must limit capacity based on a county's tier. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Public gatherings: Effective December 3, limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings will be based on a county's tier. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Restaurants: As of December 3, counties in the lower risk, moderate risk and high risk tiers can offer indoor dining with capacity limits in place; counties in the extreme risk tier cannot offer indoor dining. Outdoor dining is available across the state with restrictions and safety protocols in place. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Pennsylvania

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel Restrictions: Travelers arriving from out-of-state must show a negative COVID-19 test or self-quarantine for 10 days.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Facilities such as cabins, cottages and lodges opened statewide.

Mask requirements: Individuals age 2 and older must wear a face coverings in indoor public zones. Masks are also required outdoors if a 6 foot distance from non-household members cannot be maintained.

Bars: Bars are open at limited capacity but must stop alcohol sales at 11 p.m.

Indoor Recreation: Entertainment venues have been allowed to reopen at 50% capacity.

Outdoor Recreation: Most state park swimming pools have been reopened. Capacity at beaches and pools is limited to 50%. All state park beaches are open for swimming. Updated recreation guidance allows businesses to offer outdoor activities such as mountain biking, miniature golf, motor sports, go carts, rock climbing, disc golf, paintball, horseback riding, tennis and archery in the yellow and green phases. Golf courses, marinas, guided fishing trips and privately-owned campgrounds have also reopened.

Public Gatherings: Indoor gatherings are limited to 10 people and outdoor gatherings reduced to 50 people.

Restaurants: Indoor dining has been allowed to reopen at 50% capacity, but alcohol sales must stop at 11 p.m.

Rhode Island

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel Restrictions: Anyone arriving in Rhode Island from an area with a high community spread rate must self-quarantine for 14 days or provide results of a negative COVID-19 test. A stay-at-home advisory is in place between 10pm and 5am Sunday through Thursday and between 10:30pm and 5am Fridays and Saturdays.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open. Beginning Aug. 9, anyone from designated higher-risk states who checks in at a rental property or hotel must sign a certificate of compliance saying they either have a negative test result or intend to quarantine, or else they will not be able to stay.

Mask requirements: All individuals over age 2 are required to wear a face covering in public spaces, whether indoors or outdoors, if social distancing cannot be maintained. Face masks are also required when using taxis, ride-hailing services or similar transportation services.

Bars: Bars and wineries are permitted to sell take-out but remain closed for on-premise services.

Indoor Recreation: No guidance specified.

Outdoor Recreation: State parks and beaches have reopened with restrictions.

Public Gatherings: Social gatherings are limited to members of the same household whether indoors or outdoors.

Restaurants: Restaurant indoor dining capacity has been reduced to 33% and only members from the same household can eat at the same table. Restaurants must close bar areas.

South Carolina

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of May 1, the required self-quarantine for out-of-state travelers arriving in South Carolina from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and New Orleans was lifted.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Effective August 5, facial coverings must be worn in all state government buildings. Local governments are encouraged to implement their own ordinances.

Bars: Bars are operating at 50% capacity and have been ordered to stop serving alcohol after 11 pm. Facial coverings must be worn by customers and employees.

Indoor recreation: Bowling alleys, museums and aquariums have begun to reopen. Gyms, fitness centers, and pools have reopened at limited capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Attractions like zoos, historic sites, water parks, amusement parks, mini-golf, and Go-Kart tracks have reopened. State restrictions on public access points to beaches, piers and docks have been lifted. As of January 11, the city of Charleston is pausing all permits for gatherings in city parks, like weddings. Special events will also not be permitted in the city.

Public gatherings: Gathering of more than 50 people are prohibited.

Restaurants: Restaurants are open for indoor dining at 50% capacity; outdoor dining is encouraged. Customers and employees are required to wear facial coverings and there is a limit to 8 customers per table. Restaurants have been ordered to stop serving alcohol after 11 pm as of July 11.

South Dakota

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: South Dakota does not have restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels are open.

Mask requirement: Facial coverings are not required.

Bars: Social distancing is encouraged, but no restrictions are in place.

Indoor recreation: Social distancing is encouraged, but no restrictions are in place.

Outdoor recreation: Social distancing is encouraged, but no restrictions are in place.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of up to 10 people are permitted.

Restaurants: Social distancing is encouraged, but no restrictions are in place.

Tennessee

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Tennessee has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: As of July 3, an executive order allows mayors to implement facial covering requirements. No statewide mask mandate is in place.

Bars: Bars have reopened with safety protocols in place.

Indoor recreation: Theaters, museums, and concert halls have reopened. Live music can resume with safety protocols in place.

Outdoor recreation: Amusement parks, water parks, zoos and sporting arenas have reopened.

Public gatherings: As of January 19, the restriction on public gatherings indoors was lifted.

Restaurants: Most restaurants are operating at 100% capacity with safety protocals in place.

Texas

Some restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of May 26, the required self-quarantine for out-of-state travelers arriving in Texas was lifted.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: As of July 2, an executive order requires all Texans to wear facial coverings in public in counties with 20 or more cases.

Bars: As of October 14, in regions where hospitalizations related to COVID-19 are less than 15% of all hospitalizations, bars are allowed to operate 50% capacity. Bars can continue to offer delivery and takeout options. In regions where COVID-19 hospitalizations are more than 15% of all hospitalizations, bars with more than 50% of total sales from alcohol must close completely.

Indoor recreation:As of October 14, in regions where hospitalizations related to COVID-19 are less than 15% of all hospitalizations, bowling alleys, movie theatres, bingo halls, skating rinks and aquariums are operating at 75% capacity. In regions where COVID-19 hospitalizations are more than 15% of all hospitalizations, businesses can operate at 50% capacity maximum.

Outdoor recreation: As of October 14, in regions where hospitalizations related to COVID-19 are less than 15% of all hospitalizations, zoos can increase capacity to 75%. State parks are open, but visitors must wear facial coverings and maintain six feet of distance from others outside of their party. In regions where COVID-19 hospitalizations are more than 15% of all hospitalizations, businesses can operate at 50% capacity maximum.

Public gatherings: Outdoor gatherings of more than 100 people must be approved by the local government. Mayors have the authority to impose restrictions on outdoor gatherings of more than 10 people.

Restaurants: As of October 14, in regions where hospitalizations related to COVID-19 are less than 15% of all hospitalizations, restaurants are operating at 75% capacity. In regions where COVID-19 hospitalizations are more than 15% of all hospitalizations, restaurants can operate at 50% capacity maximum.

Utah

Some restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Out of state travel to Utah remains limited, and anyone returning from high-risk areas must self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: A statewide mask mandate is in place effective November 9. The order is enforceable in all business settings.

Bars: Bars have reopened with safety precautions in place.

Indoor recreation: Gyms and personal care services have reopened with safety regulations in place.

Outdoor recreation: State parks are open to all except those under local health order restrictions.

Public gatherings: As of November 25, there are no limits for public gatherings both indoors and outdoors. However, the state is recommending that Utahns limit gatherings to their own households.

Restaurants: Dine-in services resumed with safety regulations in place.

Vermont

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel Restrictions: All travelers entering Vermont from another state must self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival, or can quarantine for 7 days followed by a negative COVID-19 test.

Public Airports: Public airports are open.

Hotels: Hotels and other lodging facilities including vacation rentals can resume operations, but out-of-state travelers must follow a self-quarantine mandate.

Mask requirements: All people age 2 and older must wear a face covering in public spaces, indoors and outdoors, when physical distancing isn't possible.

Bars: Bars are closed.

Indoor Recreation: No guidance specified.

Outdoor Recreation: People can leave home for outdoor recreation and fitness activities with low or no direct contact. Businesses that support this recreational activity may reopen, including state and municipal parks, trail networks, golf courses and guided expeditions. Beaches, marinas, and campgrounds remain closed.

Public Gatherings: Social gatherings with members of different households are prohibited, but immediate family members who reside in different households can still get together.

Restaurants: Restaurants can continue to operate at 50% capacity but may only seat one household per table and must close in-person dining by 10pm. Takeout and delivery is still allowed.

Virginia

Some restrictions effective January 29

Travel restrictions: As of June 12, Virginia is no longer recommending out-of-state travelers self-quarantine for 14 days. Effective December 14, Virginia is under a nightly curfew, encouraging residents to avoid all non-essential activities from midnight to 5 am each day. The order was extended through February 28.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Since May 29, facial coverings are required in public indoor settings, on public transportation and when in food and beverage establishments except while eating. As of November 16, the order applies to all individuals ages 5 and up. Effective December 14, facial coverings are required outdoors when social distancing cannot be followed.

Bars: As of November 16, bars must stop on-site alcohol sales by 10 pm and close by midnight.

Indoor recreation: Museums and aquariums are open with restrictions. Gyms are operating at 75% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Public beaches in Virginia Beach are open. State parks are available for day use and overnight stays in phases. Zoos, gardens, pools and outdoor sporting and performance venues are open with restrictions.

Public gatherings: Effective December 14, indoor and outdoor gatherings of more than 10 indviduals are prohibited.

Restaurants: Effective November 16, restaurants must stop on-site alcohol sales by 10 pm and close by midnight. There are no capacity limits for indoor dining but all tables must be 6 feet apart.

Washington

Quarantine required effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Effective November 13, Washington residents arriving from out-of-state or another county should self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Residents are encouraged to stay home and avoid non-essential travel. Out-of-state travelers arriving in Washington are advised to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Universal mandates for facial coverings exist statewide for indoor and outdoor settings. Businesses can choose to not serve customers who do not comply with the statewide facial covering mandate.

Bars: Beginning January 11, bars that only serve 21+ and no food must remain close. Bars in Phase 1 regions must remain closed for indoor services but can offer outdoor services with a maximum of 6 people per table limited to 2 households per table. Bars must close by 11 pm. Bars in Phase 2 regions can offer indoor services at 25%, can offer outdoor services with the same restrictions as Phase 1 bars and must also close by 11 pm.

Indoor recreation: As of January 11, retail stories in Phase 1 and Phase 2 regions must limit capacity to 25%. Phase 1 regions can resume low-risk sports of no more than 5 athletes; appointment-based gym classes can continue if there is no more than 1 customer per room. Phase 2 regions can operate gyms at 25% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Phase 1 and Phase 2 regions can resume low and moderate risk outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, snow sports and fishing.

Public gatherings: As of January 11, regions in Phase 1 have prohibited all indoor gatherings; outdoor gatherings are limited to 5 individuals outside your household (two households maximum). Regions in Phase 2 have limited indoor gatherings to 10 individuals outside of your household (two households maximum); outdoor gatherings are limited to 15 individuals outside your household (two households maximum).

Restaurants: Beginning January 11, restaurants in Phase 1 regions must remain closed for indoor dining but can offer outdoor dining with a maximum of 6 people per table limited to 2 households per table. Restaurants must close by 11 pm. Restaurants in Phase 2 regions can offer indoor dining at 25%, can offer outdoor dining with the same restrictions as Phase 1 restaurants and must also close by 11 pm.

West Virginia

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: As of May 21, the self-quarantine requirement for out-of-state travelers was lifted.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Effective November 14, it is mandatory for all individuals 9 or older to wear facial coverings in all public buildings and offices, regardless of the ability to social distance.

Bars: Bars are operating at 50% capacity.

Indoor recreation: Movie theatres, museums and casinos are open.

Outdoor recreation: Zoos and swimming pools have reopened. As of October 5, outdoor live music performances are permitted to admit guests at 25% capacity. Indoor live music remains prohibited.

Public gatherings: Gatherings are now limited to 25 people.

Restaurants: Indoor dining is restricted to 50% capacity; outdoor dining is encouraged.

Wisconsin

No restrictions effective January 26

Travel restrictions: Statewide travel restrictions have been lifted in Wisconsin, though some local governments have issued their own orders. It is recommended that all individuals stay at home.

Public airports: 3 public airports are open.

Hotels: Statewide restrictions have been lifted, though some local governments have issued their own.

Mask requirement: Everyone age 5 and older is required to wear a face coverings when indoors or in an enclosed space when other people are present. When outdoors, individuals are encouraged, but not required, to wear masks.

Bars: Statewide restrictions have been lifted, though some local governments have issued their own.

Indoor recreation: Standalone and strip mall based retail stores can offer in-person shopping for up to five customers at a time with social distancing protocols in place. Drive-in theaters could resume limited operations.

Outdoor recreation: 34 state parks and forests have reopened under special conditions. Rentals of outdoor recreational vehicles like boats and golf carts can resume, but must operate without customer contact.

Public gatherings: It is recommended to avoid in-person social gatherings with members outside your own household.

Restaurants: Statewide restrictions have been lifted, though some local governments have issued their own.

Wyoming

No restrictions effective January 29

Travel restrictions: As of May 7, out-of-state travelers arriving in Wyoming no longer have to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival, but must exercise caution.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Effective December 9, individuals statewide must wear a facial covering in private businesses, government buildings, medical facilities, public transit, and taxi and rideshare services, as well as when entering or exiting a restaurant, bar or gym. This order is in place through February 14.

Bars: Bars are allowed to reopen. Effective January 9, bars no longer need to close from 10 pm and 5 am. Effective January 26, all bars in Teton County must close between 10 pm and 5 am.

Indoor recreation: Gyms have reopened with safety regulations in place; as of January 9, group workouts can expand to 25 individuals maximum.

Outdoor recreation: Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks began gradually lifting restrictions as part of a phased reopening. Roads, hiking trails, and rock climbing routes at Devil's Tower National Monument have reopened to public access with limited services.

Public gatherings: Effective December 9, gatherings (without required social distancing) of more than 10 individuals are prohibited. As of January 26, indoor events that include masks and social distancing must limit capacity to 25% or a maximum of 250 individuals. Outdoor events can operate with 500 individuals maximum. In Teton County, gatherings are capped at 10 individuals or 25% capacity for indoor events and 50% capacity or 250 people for outdoor events if social distancing protocols are in place.

Restaurants: Restaurants can offer indoor dining but must limit to no more than 6 people at a table. Effective January 9, restaurants no longer have to close between 10 pm and 5 am. Effective January 26, all restaurants in Teton County must close between 10 pm and 5 am.


International Travel

Countries US citizens can travel to

Only citizens, residents returning home, or people in other special circumstances may enter the country.
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US citizens can travel to these countries but may need to provide proof of a negative COVID test or self-quarantine in order to enter.
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US citizens can travel to these countries with no testing or quarantine entry requirements.
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Travel restrictions for people coming from outside the US

The CDC has a new requirement for proof of a negative COVID-19 test result or recovery from COVID-19 for all airline passengers arriving in the United States. This applies to all travelers, including US citizens, starting on January 26, 2021. Travelers are urged to enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) ?to receive alerts about terrorist threats, security incidents, planned demonstrations, natural disasters, etc, and make it easy to be located in case of an emergency.

Americans interested in traveling abroad should check for entry restrictions . Many European countries, for example, have restricted entry to tourists and other non-essential travelers.

Americans returning to the United States from the UK, Ireland, the European Schengen Area, Brazil, and China had to travel through select airports with enhanced screening procedures, but this rule no longer applies.

US citizens who wish to travel within the United States are currently not blocked from doing so by any official nationwide advisories or restrictions, but should consider the risks of being in crowded spaces and their ability to self-isolate at their destinations.

Click here to see all of the CDC’s travel recommendations.
The land borders between the US and Mexico and the US and Canada are closed for all non-essential travel until at least February 21.

Previously, US citizens or permanent residents who have visited China, Iran, the United Kingdom, Ireland, or the European Schengen area during the previous 14 days could only return to the United States through 13 selected airports where the government has implemented additional screening procedures, but this rule no longer applies.

The Schengen area encompasses the following 26 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Foreign nationals who have visited the above countries during the previous 14 days may currently not enter the United States.

The 13 selected airports are the following

BOS
Logan Intl
Massachusetts
ORD
O'Hare Intl
Illinois
DFW
Dallas/Fort Worth
Texas
DTW
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County
Michigan
HNL
Honolulu
Hawaii
ATL
Hartsfield-Jackson
Georgia
JFK
John F Kennedy Intl
New York
LAX
Los Angeles
California
MIA
Miami
Florida
EWR
Newark
New Jersey
SFO
San Francisco
California
SEA
Seattle/Tacoma Intl
Washington
IAD
Dulles Intl
District of Columbia
TSA, CBP, and air carriers will identify travelers who are scheduled to arrive at a different airport from one of the 13 mentioned above, and reroute them to an appropriate airport at no cost as long as they’re qualifying passengers.

Exemptions

Parents or guardians of US citizens and permanent residents may enter the country if their child is under 21 and unmarried, and spouses of a US citizen or resident may travel to join their partner in the US. Siblings of US citizens or residents may enter the US only if both they and their sibling are under 21 and unmarried. Children of US citizens and residents may also enter the country, as may certain other limited categories of visa holders (such as UN staff and diplomats) may also enter; however a Presidential Executive Order of June 22 means that further restrictions on certain visas (H1-B, H2-B, J and L) will be put in place from June 24. Students with an F-1 or M-1 visa and their F-2 and M-2 dependents may enter the country if they arrive from or have been in Ireland, the United Kingdom or Schengen Member States in the past 14 days. This information is subject to change, and travelers are advised to refer to the US Government’s travel page to see whether they are affected.

Quarantine policy

Travelers who are allowed to enter the United States but have passed through or have been in any of the countries named in the Borders section must quarantine for 14 days once they reach their final destination.

Travelers who return to the US will experience standard customs processing, plus additional entry screening to inquire about their medical history, current condition, and contact information for local health authorities.

They will also receive written guidance about COVID-19 and be directed to their final destinations, where they should immediately home-quarantine in accordance with CDC best practices.

Destinations you can travel to now

For those destinations that may have current travel advisories issued by authorities, we’re including alerts on our site when you search that will let you know there could be an issue with your route.

Quick answers

The US has restricted the entry of foreign nationals who have visited the following countries during the previous 14 days: China, Iran, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the European Schengen Area. The Schengen area encompasses the following 26 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. More
There are no official nationwide travel restrictions within the US, but crowded travel settings like airports may increase the likelihood of getting COVID-19. See details about particular states in the Domestic Travel section of the page. More
The land borders between the US and Mexico and the US and Canada are closed to all nonessential visitors until at least February 21. More
All incoming international flights must land at one of the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas, (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Honolulu (HNL), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA), and Washington (IAD). More
Travelers who are allowed to enter the United States but have passed through or have been in any of the countries named in the Borders section must quarantine for 14 days once they reach their final destination. More
Many states that had statewide stay-at-home orders have begun the process of reopening as part of specific multi-phase plans. See the full list of states above on this page. More
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If you’re looking for personalized travel advice, like whether or not you should travel, please consult your local government’s resources (we won’t be able to offer advice).
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