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Coronavirus Travel Restrictions: The Ultimate List

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in Travel Restrictions March 20, 2020

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We've compiled the most important updates for you and link to more resources for a complete overview of worldwide coronavirus (COVID-19) travel restrictions. Travel restrictions are constantly evolving and so it is important to check back here every day if you are planning to take a trip soon. 

This list is updated on a daily basis to the best of our ability. This list is non-exhaustive and not guaranteed to be correct as the situation is changing rapidly. For informational purposes only.

Check the CDC website for specific information for travelers


Last Update: April 3, 2020 at 7:33 am Eastern Daylight Time.


United States Travel Restrictions

National: No travel restrictions within the border of the USA have yet been announced by the government.

International: Level 4: Do Not Travel Advisory for all countries issued March 19, 2020 by the US State Dept. 


"Stay at Home" Executive Orders by State

There are currently 41 states plus Washington D.C.  with "Stay at Home" or similar orders limiting travel to essential purposes. See the list below. 


Alabama Travel Restrictions

Alabama Public Health Agency Coronavirus page

State: A "Safe at Home" executive order was issued on March 27, 2020 that closes some non-essential businesses, and limits other businesses to gatherings of no more than 10 people. It isn't clear that the order is asking people to stay at home or if it is only concerning some business closures. Read the full Alabama coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have implemented travel restrictions. Jefferson, Blount, Saint Clair, Shelby, Tuscaloosa, and Walker have closed restaurants and bars for one week, and possibly longer. Takeout and delivery are allowed. The full order can be found here

Cities: Birmingham (Jefferson County) has issued a "Shelter in Place" order that closes non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home. Read the full Birmingham coronavirus order


Alaska Travel Restrictions

Alaska Department of Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Mike Dunleavy announced a "Stay at Home" executive order for the entire state starting March 28, 2020 and until April 11, 2020 unless extended. The order closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. It also bans gatherings of people and enforces social distancing. Read the full Alaska coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. Anchorage has closed restaurants, bars, and breweries, and has forbid large gatherings of 50 or more people. Anchorage coronavirus info is here. 


Arizona Travel Restrictions

Arizona Dept of Health Services

State: Starting March 31, 2020 at 5:00pm, Gov. Doug Ducey announced a “Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected” executive order. The order closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. Social distancing is encouraged when out of the home. See the full press release here.

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. Phoenix and Tuscon have implemented closure of bars & moving restaurants to delivery/take-out/drive-thru only. Phoenix coronavirus info here


Arkansas Travel Restrictions

Arkansas Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: No state-level travel restriction has been announced.

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


California Travel Restrictions

California Dept of Public Health Coronavirus page 

State: A "stay-at-home" order was put in place on March 19, 2020 by Governor Gavin Newsom. California state park campgrounds are closed, but trails and beaches remain open. 

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions. Los Angeles County has no travel restriction but has closed all bars and nightclubs that don't serve food and has limited cafes and restaurants to take-out and delivery only. More Los Angeles coronavirus information here.

Cities

  • San Francisco has ordered a "shelter-in-place" which means no non-essential travel (including tourism) is allowed, punishable by a misdemeanor. The full San Francisco order on "shelter-in-pace" is here
  • Los Angeles (which is in LA County) has implemented a "stay at home" order. All non-essential businesses are closed. Outdoor activities are allowed if people respect social distancing of 6 feet. 

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Colorado Travel Restrictions

Colorado Dept of Public Health Coronavirus page

State: Colorado Governer Jared Polis has issued a "Stay in Place" executive order starting March 26, 2020 to April 11, 2020 unless extended. All non-essential businesses are closed and people are asked to stay at home except for essential activities. The Colorado Dept of Public Health has issued a coronavirus order closing all bars, restaurants, gyms, theaters, and casinos statewide for 30 days from March 17, 2020. Establishments may continue to offer food and beverage using delivery service, window service, walk-up service, drive-through service, or drive-up service. Read the full Colorado coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


Connecticut Travel Restrictions

Connecticut Dept of Public Health Coronavirus page

State: A "Stay at Home" order was executed by governor Lamont, effective Monday March 23, 2020. Non-essential businesses have been directed to close, and people are asked to stay at home. When out of their homes, for exercise or other essential activities, social distancing is expected. Non-essential public community gatherings of individuals of any size for any reason should be canceled (e.g. parties, celebrations or other social events) are canceled or postponed. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full Connecticut Coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


Delaware Travel Restrictions

Delaware Division of Public Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Carney announced a "Stay at Home" executive order that goes into effect Tuesday March 24, 2020 and lasts until May 15, 2020. All non-essential businesses are required to close, and people are asked to stay at home, except for essential activities. Read the full Delaware coronavirus executive order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


District of Columbia Travel Restrictions

District of Columbia Coronavirus page

State: District of Columbia Mayor Bowser issued a "Stay Home" executive order that goes into effect April 1, 2020 at 12:01 a.m. All non-essential businesses are required to close, and people are asked to stay at home, except for essential activities. Read the full District of Columbia coronavirus executive order


Florida Travel Restrictions

Florida Health Coronavirus page

State: Florida Governor DeSantis issued a "Stay at Home" executive order to go into effect April 3, 2020 until April 30, 2020. The order closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. Read the full Florida coronavirus order. 

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions. 

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.

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Georgia Travel Restrictions

Georgia Dept of Public Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Kemp issued a "Shelter in Place" executive order effective from April 3, 2020 to April 13, 2020 unless extended. The order closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home unless for essential activities. Read the full Georgia coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. The Mayor of Atlanta has issued a "Stay at Home" order that closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. The order went into effect March 24, 2020 at midnight. 


Hawaii Travel Restrictions

Hawaii Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Ige has issued a "Stay at Home" executive order, which goes into effect March 25, 2020 and extends through April 30, 2020.  The order closes all non-essential businesses, and asks people to stay at home and to only go outside for essential activities. Read the full Hawaii coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


Idaho Travel Restrictions

Idaho State Coronavirus page

State: The Governor announced a "Stay Home" order to start March 25, 2020 and until April 15, 2020 unless extended. All non-essential business are closed and people are asked to stay home except for essential activities. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full Idaho coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.

 

Illinois Travel Restrictions

Illinois Dept of Public Health Coronavirus page

State: A "Stay at Home" executive order was put in place March 21, 2020 by Governor Pritzker. This closes as non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Social distancing is expected when going outside. Read the full Illinois coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


Indiana Travel Restrictions

Indiana State Coronavirus page

State: Governor Holcomb of Indiana announced a "Stay at Home" executive order to be put into effect from March 24

 to April 7, 2020. This closes non-essential businesses and asks people to stay home except for essential activities. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full Indiana coronavirus order

Counties

  • Marion County has issued a watch-level local travel advisory, in which all non-essential travel (including tourism) is to be avoided. has added to the state directive the additional closure of movie theaters, entertainment venues, gyms and fitness clubs. Read the full Executive Order from the Mayor of Indianapolis on the coronavirus.

Cities

  • Indianapolis (Marion County) has issued a watch-level local travel advisory, in which all non-essential travel (including tourism) is to be avoided. has added to the state directive the additional closure of movie theaters, entertainment venues, gyms and fitness clubs. Read the full Executive Order from the Mayor of Indianapolis on the coronavirus


Iowa Travel Restrictions

Iowa Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: No state-level travel restriction has been announced. Restaurants and bars are closed except for take-out and delivery. All fitness centers, health clubs and spas, gyms, and aquatic centers are closed. The theaters and movie theaters are closed. Casinos are closed. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Read the full Iowa State coronavirus declaration

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.

 

Kansas Travel Restrictions

Kansas Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: Kansas Governor Laura Kelly issued a "Stay at Home" order to commence March 30, 2020 and until April 19, 2020 unless extended. Gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. All non-essential businesses are closed and people are to remain home unless for essential activities. Read the full Kansas coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. Kansas City has restricted restaurants and taverns to take-out and delivery. 

 

Kentucky Travel Restrictions

Kentucky Cabinet for Health Coronavirus page

State: Kentucky Governor Beshear announced that from March 30, 2020 residents are not allowed to leave the state of Kentucky except for essential activities. Read the Kentucky travel restriction order. A "Healthy at Home" executive order is in place since March 26, 2020 that closed all non-essential businesses and asked people to stay at home. Read the Kentucky "Healthy at Home" order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.

 

Louisiana Travel Restrictions

Louisiana Dept of Public Health Coronavirus page

State: On March 22, 2020 Governor Edwards announced a "Stay at Home" executive order, closing all non-essential businesses and asking people to stay home except for essential activities. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Social distancing when outside the home is to be respected. The order extends to April 12, 2020. Read the full Louisiana coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. New Orleans has ordered restaurants to close by 9pm daily, and at 50% seating capacity only. Bars and nightclubs must keep attendance to 50% of maximum capacity, and close by 12am daily. Read the full New Orleans coronavirus order


Maine Travel Restrictions

Maine Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Mills issued a "Stay Healthy at Home" mandate from April 2, 2020 to April 30, 2020 that closes non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. Read the Maine coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: Portland, Maine had already issued a "Stay at Home" order from March 28, 2020 for 28 days. Read the Portland, Maine coronavirus order. 

 

Maryland Travel Restrictions

Maryland Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: Gov. Larry Hogan issued a "stay at home" order effective March 30, 2020. Citizens are required to refrain from all non-essential travel. All non-essential businesses have been ordered closed as of 5pm on March 23, 2020. Restaurants and eateries can do take-out and delivery.  Read the full Maryland coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.

 

Massachusetts Travel Restrictions

Massachusetts State Coronavirus page

State: Governor Baker issued an executive order to close all non-essential businesses and to ask people to stay at home from March 25 - April 7, 2020. People are allowed outside their homes for essential activities, such as to get groceries or to get excercise, as long as social distancing is respected. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full Massachusetts coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. The Boston public transport system MBTA is operating reduced services. See more information about Boston coronavirus

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Michigan Travel Restrictions

Michigan State Coronavirus page

State: Governor Whitmer issued a "Stay Home, Stay Safe" executive order to take effect from March 24, 2020 for "at least three weeks." The order closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay home except for essential activities. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full Michigan coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


Minnesota Travel Restrictions

Minnesota Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: The Governor of Minnesota, Tim Walz, issues a "Stay at Home" executive order to commence on 11:59pm on Friday, March 27 and to end at 5:00pm on Friday, April 10, 2020. All non-essential businesses are closed and people are asked to stay at home except for essential activities. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full Minnesota coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


Mississippi Travel Restrictions

Mississippi Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: Governor Reeves issued a "Shelter in Place" executive order from 5 p.m. on Friday, April 3, 2020 until 8 a.m. on Monday, April 20, 2020. The order closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. Read the Mississippi coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


Missouri Travel Restrictions

Missouri Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: No state-level travel restriction has been announced. A State of Emergency was declared on March 13, 2020. Read the full Declaration here.

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


Montana Travel Restrictions

Montana Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: Governor Steve Bullock issued a "Stay at Home" executive order that started March 28, 2020 and extends through April 10, 2020. The order closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. All gatherings outside the home have been prohibited, except for essential business. Read the full Montana coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions. 

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


Nebraska Travel Restrictions

Nebraska Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: No state-level travel restriction has been announced. Gatherings of 50 or more people are prohibited. Restaurants, bars, and eateries are limited to 10 people. Read the Nebraska State coronavirus orders

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions. Restaurants and bars in Cass, Douglas, Sarpy, and Washington counties have closed their dining/seating areas and move to take-out and delivery only. 

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


Nevada Travel Restrictions

Nevada Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Sisolak issued a "Stay at Home" executive order that is effective from April 1, 2020 to April 30, 2020. The order extends already closed businesses such as casinos to the end of April, and asks residents to stay at home. Read the Nevada coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 

Attractions:

  • Casinos on the Las Vegas Strip are not allowing gaming until April 30, 2020. The hotels may be available to stay in, with restaurants closed and room-service only. 


New Hampshire Travel Restrictions

New Hampshire Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: Governor Sununu issued a "Stay at Home" executive order to start at 11:59 p.m. on March 27, 2020 and until 12:01 a.m. on May 4, 2020, unless extended. All non-essential businesses are closed and people are asked to stay home except for essential activities. Read the full New Hampshire coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


New Jersey Travel Restrictions

New Jersey Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Murphy issues a "Stay at Home" order taking effect on March 21, 2020 and in effect until revoked or modified by the Governor. All non-essential business are ordered closed, and people are asked to stay at home except for essential acitivites. Restaurants and cafes are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full New Jersey coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


New Mexico Travel Restrictions

New Mexico Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: A "Stay at Home" executive order was issued for New Mexico starting Tuesday March 24, 2020. The order closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. Hotels are asked to run at 50% capacity. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full New Mexico coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


New York Travel Restrictions

New York Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: New York state is on "pause" - which means all non-essential businesses are closed and residents are asked to stay home. Non-essential gatherings of individuals of any size for any reason (e.g. parties, celebrations or other social events) are canceled or postponed. Social distancing of 6 feet is encouraged. People are allowed outside but are asked to follow the social distancing recommendation. Read all of the New York State coronavirus orders

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. Read the New York City coronavirus page


North Carolina Travel Restrictions

North Carolina Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: Governor Roy Cooper announced a "Stay at Home" executive order to begin March 30, 2020 at 5pm local time and for 30 days to April 29, 2020. All non-essential businesses are closed and people are askes to stay at home except for essential activities. Read the full North Carolina coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


North Dakota Travel Restrictions

North Dakota Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: No state-level travel restriction has been announced. A State of Emergency was declared on March 13, 2020. Read the full Executive Order here.

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


Ohio Travel Restrictions

Ohio Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: Ohio issued a "Stay at Home" executive order to go into effect March 23, 2020 at 11:59pm and will be in effect through April 6, 2020. All non-essential businesses are ordered closed, and people are asked to stay at home except for essential activities. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery. Read the full Ohio coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


Oklahoma Travel Restrictions

Oklahoma Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: Governor Stitt announced a "Stay at Home" executive order to be in effect from April 1, 2020 to April 30, 2020. The order closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. Read the Oklahoma coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


Oregon Travel Restrictions

Oregon Health Authority Coronavirus Page

State: Oregon Governor Brown issued a "Stay at Home" executive order on March 23, 2020 and effective immediately. The order closes many retail business but allows for some non-essential businesses to remain open if they can maintain social distancing measures, including a staff member to enforce it. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full Oregon coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


Pennsylvania Travel Restrictions

Pennsylvania Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: Governor Wolf issued a state-wide "Stay at Home" order from April 1, 2020 to April 30, 2020. The order closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. Read the Pennsylvania coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


Rhode Island Travel Restrictions

Rhode Island Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: Governor Raimondo issued a "Stay at Home" executive order to start March 30, 2020 and until April 13, 2020 unless extended. People coming into the state from another state are required to self-isolate for 14 days, except for health care workers. Non-essential businesses are closed and people are asked to stay at home except for essential activities. Read the full Rhode Island coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


South Carolina Travel Restrictions

South Carolina Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: No state-level travel restriction has been announced. A State of Emergency was declared on March 13, 2020. Read the full Declaration here.

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


South Dakota Travel Restrictions

South Dakota Dept of Health Coronavirus Page

State: No state-level travel restriction has been announced. 

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. 


Tennessee Travel Restrictions

Tennessee Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Lee announced his intention to sign a "Stay at Home" executive order to limit the movement of people. This would be an update to an existing order that closed some non-essential business but didn't specifically ask residents to stay at home. Read the Tennesee coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions. Jackson has closed are bars and nightclubs. Restaurants are limited to 50% capacity, as are all public venues, with capacity capped at 100 people. Read the City of Jackson Tennesee Coronavirus orders


Texas Travel Restrictions

Texas Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Abbott issued a "Stay at Home" order for the period April 2, 2020 to April 30, 2020. The order supercedes the county orders below but does not negate them.  issued an executive order requiring travelers to Texas from a list of states to self-isolate for 14 days. The states include the New York tri-state area, California, Washington, and more. Groups of 10 or more people are discouraged. People are discouraged from dining-in at restaurants or drinking-in at bars, but to do take-out or delivery instead. Read the Texas Coronavirus executive orders

Counties: Dallas County issued a "Shelter in Place" stay at home order to commence 9:00 p.m. on March 24, 2020, and continuing until 11:59 p.m. on April 3, 2020. Harris County (Houston metro area) has issued a "Stay at Home" order as of 11:59 p.m. on March 24, 2020, and continuing until 11:59 p.m. on April 3, 2020. Bexar County (San Antonio metro area) issues a "Stay Home, Work Safe" executive order as of 11 :59 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, and continuing through 11:59 p.m. on April 9, 2020. 

Cities: Dallas metro area is in Dallas County, which has a stay at home order in place. Houston metro area is in Harris County, which has a stay at home order in place. San Antonio is in Bexar County, which has issued a stay at home order. 


Utah Travel Restrictions

Utah State Coronavirus page

State: No state-level travel restriction has been announced. Gatherings of more than 100 people are prohibited. Bars and restaurants limited to take-out and delivery. Read the Utah State coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions. Salt Lake County and Utah County have prohibited gatherings of more than 10 people, though the state has directed that these be repealed. 

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


Vermont Travel Restrictions

Vermont Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: The Governor of Vermont issues a "Stay Home, Stay Safe" executive order to commence on March 25, 2020 and through April 15, 2020. All non-essential businesses are closed and people are asked to stay at home except for essential activities. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full Vermont coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


Virginia Travel Restrictions

Virginia Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State:  Governor Northam issued a stay at home order effective March 30, 2020 and lasting until June 10, 2020. He previously ordered the closure of all non-essential businesses to commence at 11:59 PM on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 and will remain in place until 11:59 PM on Thursday, April 23, 2020. Gatherings of 10 or more people are also prohibited. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. There is no "stay at home" measure in place yet. Read the full Virignia coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


Washington Travel Restrictions

Washington State Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Inslee implemented a "Stay at Home" executive order on March 23, 2020 and effective immediately. All non-essential businessses are ordered closed and people are asked to stay at home except for essential activities. Businesses have 48 hours from March 23, 2020 to comply. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full Washington coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


West Virginia Travel Restrictions

West Virginia Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Justice implemented a "Stay at Home" executive order effective March 24, 2020. The order closes all non-essential businesses and asks people to stay at home except for essential activities. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full West Virginia coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


Wisconsin Travel Restrictions

Wisconsin Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: Governor Evers issues a "Stay at Home" executive order to close all non-essential businesses and to ask people to stay at home except for essential activities. This order went into effect on March 25, 2020 and is expected to last until April 24, 2020. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Read the full Wisconsin coronavirus order

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.


Wyoming Travel Restrictions

Wyoming Dept of Health Coronavirus page

State: No state-level travel restriction has been announced. Restaurants and eateries are limited to take-out and delivery only. Theaters, bars, nightclubs, coffee shops, employee cafeterias, self-serve buffets, salad bars, unpackaged self-serve food services, gyms, conference rooms and museums are closed. 

Counties: No counties have announced travel restrictions.

Cities: No cities have announced travel restrictions.

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