After a year of dealing with COVID-19 and the resulting restrictions, many people are ready to travel, according to media reports. Although the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) advises against travel, the airline and other travel-related industries report a surge in the number of spring and summer bookings, and that number is expected to grow as more people are vaccinated against COVID-19.
Those considering travel may wonder what restrictions are in place for their destination. This varies widely depending upon where you plan to travel. As an overall rule, the CDC has implemented the following restrictions for travel:
Among several other recommendations for safety (read all the guidelines by clicking here), the CDC recommends travelers get fully vaccinated for COVID-19 if eligible.
As the health crisis changes, guidelines and restrictions on travel will change as well. Before any form of travel, check with the state and/or country for restrictions related to your destination as well as your home state and/or country.
The attorneys at O’Reilly Rancilio are available to answer your questions related to travel during the COVID-19 era. For more information please visit our website or call 586-726-1000.