CHARLOTTE – Here is the latest breakdown of some of the state travel requirements your travel consultant might advise you of;
Alaska: All non-residents should take a COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to arrival and provide documentation showing a negative result. If you don’t take a test, a 14-day quarantine will be expected on arrival.*
Connecticut: Passengers must quarantine upon arrival for 14 days and fill in a mandatory form if staying for longer than 24 hours. This is only mandatory for travelers from states with a test positivity rate higher than 10% over a 7-day rolling average.
District of Columbia: Passengers are expected to quarantine for 14 days if they’re traveling from states listed on DC’s government site.
Hawaii: Currently all passengers traveling to Hawaii are subject to a mandatory14-day quarantine upon arrival. However, from September 1st if you supply a negative test up to 72 hours prior, you will not have to quarantine.
Illinois: People entering/returning to Chicago from states with cases of at least15 daily cases per 100k are required to quarantine for 14 days on arrival.
Kansas: It’s only mandatory to quarantine for 14 days if you’ve traveled from Florida and if you visited Arizona from 17th to 27th July.
Kentucky: Travelers coming from states with at least 15 percent infection rate are asked to quarantine for 14 days. The state government website includes the full list of areas meeting this threshold.
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