Travel & Quarantine

Travel & Quarantine

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To slow the spread of COVID-19 in Vermont, you may not gather with anyone you don’t live with, unless you are fully vaccinated. If you have gathered with people you don’t live with, you should quarantine. The Health Department strongly encourages getting tested as soon as 2 days after gathering and then again on day 7.

People who are fully vaccinated (it has been 14 days since the final vaccine dose) may gather, in homes, with other people who are vaccinated. Gatherings of vaccinated people may also include one household that is not vaccinated.

The Health Department strongly advises against non-essential travel, even within Vermont. All travel to and from Vermont requires quarantine. The only exceptions are essential travel and travel by people who are fully vaccinated.

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    All non-essential travel to and from Vermont now requires quarantine. See how to lower your risk if you do have to travel.

    In ordinary times, Vermonters are pleased and proud to welcome visitors. However, as we do our best to reduce the impact of COVID-19, anyone traveling to Vermont must quarantine.

    Find guidance for travel outside the United States.