Travel & Quarantine

Travel & Quarantine

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  • Vermont is seeing a significant surge of new COVID-19 cases across the state.
  • The Health Department strongly advises against non-essential travel, even within Vermont. All travel to and from Vermont requires quarantine. The only exception is essential travel.
  • Starting November 14, 2020, Governor Scott’s Executive Order (link is external) prohibits gatherings with people from other households. This includes both inside and outside social gatherings, in public and private spaces. This means that visitors to Vermont can only socialize with the people they are traveling with. They cannot gather with Vermonters or with people from another traveling group. Learn more about what the order means for travelers.

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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.