Travel during COVID-19
On March 1, 2021, the Governor of Pennsylvania rescinded the previous travel restrictions. Details of the revision are included below, cited from the Governor's website.
- Eliminate out-of-state travel restrictions. In November, the Department of Health provided an updated travel order requiring anyone over the age of 11 who visits from another state to provide evidence of a negative COVID-19 test or place themselves in a travel quarantine for 14 days upon entering Pennsylvania. Today, this order was rescinded. The current downward trend of cases nationwide and implementation of testing requirements and universal face covering on public transportation and transportation hubs are reducing the risk that interstate travel is a vector of disease transmission.
- The Governor’s revised order on travel can be found here.
- The Acting Secretary of Health’s order rescinding travel restrictions can be found here.