Updated: April 12, 2021 05:21 AM
Created: April 12, 2021 04:19 AM
It is now easier for people to travel to and from Vermont since the state is no longer requiring a two-week quarantine.
According to our NBC affiliate in Vermont, vaccinated Vermonters can come and go without needing a COVID-19 test. However, any unvaccinated out-of-state traveler needs to get a negative test in their home state within three days of coming to Vermont.
Unvaccinated Vermonters coming back home will also need a negative test within three days of their return to Vermont.
“The CDC continues to recommend delaying travel until you are fully vaccinated - especially now when there are still high levels of the virus,” Vermont Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine said.
All of Vermont’s testing and quarantine requirements are set to be dropped on June 1.
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