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Alabama, Jefferson County

Quarantine for infected persons

California, Contra Costa County

This Order supersedes the June 5, 2020, Order of the Health Officer directing all individuals to socially distance (“Prior Order”). This Order continues to restrict most activity, travel, and governmental and business functions to essential needs and to the Outdoor Activities and Outdoor Businesses that the prior Order allowed to resume. But in light of progress achieved in slowing the spread of COVID-19 in the County of Contra Costa (the “County”), and in accordance with a variance obtained by the County from the State of California on June 9, 2020, which allows the County to move more quickly, or in a different order, through Stage 2 of the State of California’s COVID-19 roadmap to recovery, this Order eases restrictions to allow additional businesses to resume or begin operating, subject to conditions set forth in applicable industry guidelines issued by the State. This Order also modifies restrictions that applied to outdoor recreation activities, childcare facilities, outdoor dining, campgrounds and outdoor pools.

California, Los Angeles City

Safer L.A. Issue Date: June 1, 2020 Public Order Under City of Los Angeles Emergency Authority

California, San Diego

All persons arriving in the county from international locations identified on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Warning Level 2 or 3 Travel Advisory shall be subject to 14-day home or other suitable location quarantine and self-monitoring.

California, San Diego County

All persons are to remain in their homes or at their place of residence, except for employees or customers travelling to and from essential businesses, reopened businesses, or essential activities as defined in section 21, below, or to participate in individual or family outdoor activity as allowed by this Order.

California, San Francisco (City and County)

Starting December 18, people coming in from outside the Bay Area counties must quarantine for 10 days. It will be in effect at 12:01 am on December 18. It will last at least until January 7, 2021. We may extend the travel quarantine if the surge continues in the Bay Area region. This rule applies to people coming into San Francisco from outside the Bay Area (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Mateo, Solano, Sonoma). You also do not have to quarantine if you started your trip before today (December 17).

California, San Mateo County

Joint Statement of the Seven Bay Area Health Officers on Upcoming Extension and Revisions to the Current Shelter-in-Place Orders

California, Santa Clara County

The revised guidance now recommends 10 days of quarantine for those who are close contacts of persons with COVID-19 and those subject to the travel quarantine, down from 14 days. Officials stressed that while the time in quarantine has been shortened, people should monitor for potential symptoms for a full two weeks.

Colorado, El Paso County

El Paso County Public Health issues local order to reinforce importance of compliance with state orders

District of Columbia, Washington

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has instituted a new travel advisory that requires people who visit D.C. to get a coronavirus test 72 hours before traveling to the city. The advisory also asks that people who have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for the coronavirus not to travel to the District. The testing requirements apply to people who are coming from jurisdictions designated as “high risk” because of their coronavirus caseloads. People who visit the city for more than three days are also required to get tested for the virus within three to five days of their arrival. The new travel advisory, which goes into effect on Monday, Nov. 9, will replace the city’s current policy of requiring people to quarantine for 14 days when traveling to D.C. from high risk states.

Florida, Broward County

Travelers entering the state of Florida from Connecticut, Louisiana, New Jersey, or New York must self-isolate for a period of 14 days from their entry into Florida or the duration of their stay in Florida, whichever is shorter

Florida, Hillsborough County

Travelers entering the state of Florida from Connecticut, Louisiana, New Jersey, or New York must self-isolate for a period of 14 days from their entry into Florida or the duration of their stay in Florida, whichever is shorter

Florida, Jacksonville/Duval County

Travelers entering the state of Florida from Connecticut, Louisiana, New Jersey, or New York must self-isolate for a period of 14 days from their entry into Florida or the duration of their stay in Florida, whichever is shorter

Florida, Lee County

Travelers entering the state of Florida from Connecticut, Louisiana, New Jersey, or New York must self-isolate for a period of 14 days from their entry into Florida or the duration of their stay in Florida, whichever is shorter

Florida, Miami-Dade County
Florida, Orange County

Travelers entering the state of Florida from Connecticut, Louisiana, New Jersey, or New York must self-isolate for a period of 14 days from their entry into Florida or the duration of their stay in Florida, whichever is shorter

Florida, Palm Beach County

Travelers entering the state of Florida from Connecticut, Louisiana, New Jersey, or New York must self-isolate for a period of 14 days from their entry into Florida or the duration of their stay in Florida, whichever is shorter

Florida, Pinellas County

Travelers entering the state of Florida from Connecticut, Louisiana, New Jersey, or New York must self-isolate for a period of 14 days from their entry into Florida or the duration of their stay in Florida, whichever is shorter

Hawaii, Honolulu

E.O. 2021-02 Provides requirements for individuals holding limited self-quarantine exemptions issued by the State. People entering the state of Hawaii must quarantine for 14 days. Quarantine for travel between islands is no longer required. E.O. 2020-21 provides that all travel, including, but not limited to, travel on foot, bicycle, scooter, motorcycle, automobile, or public transit, except Essential Travel and Essential Activities is prohibited

Illinois, Chicago

Under the re-issued Stay-at-Home order (1/18) anyone traveling from a state that has a case rate higher than 15 average daily cases per 100k population, as defined by the most recent travel order update, is directed to obtain a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours prior to arrival in Chicago or quarantine for a 10-day period (or the duration of their time in Chicago, whichever is shorter). Under the re-issued Stay-at-Home Order (1/10), anyone traveling from a state on the Orange list is directed to obtain a negative COVID-19 test result no more than 72 hours prior to arrival in Chicago or quarantine for a 10-day period. Provides that anyone traveling from a state on the Red list must quarantine for a 10-day period or the duration of their time in Chicago, whichever is shorter. Initial Travel Order Directs travelers entering or returning to Chicago from states experiencing a surge in new COVID-19 cases to quarantine for a period of 14 days. The order applies to states that have a case rate greater than 15 new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 resident population, per day, over a 7- day rolling average. On 7/27, Mayor Lightfoot announced that Wisconsin was going to be added to the list. List was amended again on August 4. On 8/14 WI and NE were removed while IA and KS were added to the list. KY was added to the list while CA and PR were dropped on 9/8. FL, HI, ID, NV, NC, and TX were all removed on 9/15. ID, MN, MT, Puerto Rico, and WI were all added on 9/22. KY, NV, TX, and WY were added on 9/29. AK and IN were added while GA and TX were removed on 10/6. IN, NC, NM, and RI were all added on 10/13. CO, DE, OH, TX, and WV were all added on 10/20. FL was added on 10/27. MI was added on 11/10. The travel order was updated on 11/10 to create a 3 level system of states. Travelers from Red States must quarantine for 14 days. Travelers from Orange States must either provide a negative test result before arrival or quarantine for 14 days. Travelers from Yellow States can bypass the 14 day quarantine altogether. As of 12/1 there were 46 states and PR on the travel list. As of 12/14, anyone traveling from Red States can reduce their quarantine time to 10 days. As of 12/29 there were 48 states, DC, and PR on the travel list. The travel order was updated on 1/12/21 to eliminate the red tier designation. Under the new system, states are categorized as Yellow or Orange. Anyone traveling from a state on the Orange list is still directed to obtain a negative COVID-19 test result no more than 72 hours prior to arrival in Chicago or quarantine for a 10-day period. As of 2/23, travelers who are fully vaccinated do not need to quarantine. As of 2/23, travelers from 31 states are required to quarantine. As of 3/10, travelers from 24 states + DC are required to quarantine or show proof of a negative test. As of 3/23, travelers from 26 states are required to quarantine or show proof of a negative test. As of 4/6, travelers from 23 states and DC are required to quarantine or show proof of a negative test. As of 4/19, travelers from 26 states, DC, and Puerto Rico are required to quarantine or show proof of a negative test. As of 5/5, travelers from 19 states and Puerto Rico are reqiured to quarantine or show proof of a negative test.

Illinois, Cook County

14-day quarantine recommended for persons entering suburban Cook County, Illinois, from states with high incidence of COVID-19 infections. The list is updated every Tuesday

Illinois, Lake County

Recommends 14 day quarantine for those returning from areas with widespread community transmission

Indiana, Indianapolis (Marion County)

Asks residents to quarantine for 14 days after traveling to areas with 300 cases per 100,000 residents or more.

Massachusetts, Boston

Effective May 6, all riders and employees are required to wear a face covering while riding the T

New York, New York City
Oregon, Multnomah County

Individuals should continue to limit non-essential travel. It is each rider’s responsibility to decide which trips are essential and to keep away from others.

Pennsylvania, Erie County

Guidance from Erie PA Gov't on travel precautions

Texas, Collin County
Texas, El Paso County

Travel is limited to those obtaining or performing Essential Covered Services.

Wisconsin, Milwaukee County

Travel Restrictions from Milwaukee Health Dept.