If you fly to another state do you have to quarantine yourself and if so how long for your state?
- Anonymous4 months agoFavorite Answer
Pretty much any state and or jurisdiction that requires a quarantine is going to be 14 days because that's the period you're at risk of spreading if you have it. there are some places do allow you to bypass a quarantine if you have a negative test done within a certain period of time. You'll need to look up the information between the two places you're going to as information changes quite frequently
- ?Lv 74 months ago
Depends on the 2 states involved
Hawaii requires a 14 day quarantine for anyone arriving from the mainland
- conley39Lv 74 months ago
That depends on where you come from and where you go. You can find the latest restrictions on sites like: https://www.kayak.com/travel-restrictions/united-s... . Right now, m18 states have quarantine requirements.
- MSLv 74 months ago
It depends on the state you are flying to and the state you are flying from. Each state can set its own quarantine requirements and can which other states fall into them. Your best bet is to look up the quarantine requirements of the state you are traveling to, and then see if the state you are traveling from is on that list. It will also indicate how long - 2 weeks is the norm, although some states will waive that if you produce a negative COVID test (there are some requirements regarding the tests though).
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- RedstoneLv 74 months ago
Anonymous is correct. The quarantine rules do vary from state to state. You will need to do some online research of your destination state prior to departure.
In the state I reside in, Hawaii, a 14-day quarantine is mandatory. However, a visitor may forego this if he or she participates in the pre-travel testing program for COVID from a Hawaii-approved lab, received a negative result, and received a QR-code from the state.
Failing pre-travel test and/or being unable (or unwilling) to do the 14-day quarantine the visitor is placed on the earliest flight back to their state of origin.Source(s): Work part-time at an airport.
- Anonymous4 months ago
It depends on what state you fly to and where you departed from.
I have a friend in California who keeps trying to visit family in New York, but California's infection rate is too high and New York requires quarantine. She can't leave work that long, so she doesn't go.