As of Feb. 16, a test or quarantine is required from the following hot spots: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Virginia.
Travelers coming from an international destination must quarantine for 10 days, though a negative result from a test taken at least five days after arrival will allow that to be shortened to seven days.
People who tested positive for the virus in the previous 90 days and are fully recovered do not need to retest or quarantine. Those arriving from within the United States who were vaccinated at least two weeks before arrival but not more than 90 days and have no virus symptoms do not need to quarantine.
As of Feb. 16, there were no statewide restrictions in South Carolina, however those returning from travel in the previous 14 days are asked to stay home as much as possible.
As of Feb. 16, there were no statewide restrictions in South Dakota. Some routes entering tribal lands are closed to the general public.
As of Feb. 16, there were no statewide restrictions in Tennessee.
As of Feb. 16, there were no statewide restrictions in Texas.
As of Feb. 16, there were no statewide restrictions in Utah, though guidelines ask people reconsider nonessential travel to areas with widespread community transmission of the virus.
www.nytimes.com 2021-02-17 15:42:07