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Travel Guidance

Although staying home continues to be the best way to protect yourself from COVID-19, in the event that you plan to travel this holiday season, we ask you that you please follow the CDC’s recommendations for travel. The recommendations are as follows:

  • After travel, travelers should monitor their health and look for COVID-19 symptoms
  • Take temperature if you feel sick and visit a doctor 
  • If you participate in “high risk activities during travel, travelers should take additional precautions 14 days after returning home, which include:
    • Stay home as much as possible
    • Avoid being around others 
  • Per the CDC, high risk activities include:
    • Travel to an area that is experiencing high levels of COVID-19, including destinations with a Level 3 Risk Level
    •  Large social gatherings (such as weddings, funerals, or parties)
    •  Mass gatherings (such as sporting events, concerts, or parades)
    •  Being in crowds (e.g., at restaurants, bars, airports, bus, and train stations, and movie theaters)
    • Travel on a cruise ship or river boat
As a community, it is important that we all do our part to take the necessary precautions to limit our exposure and spread of COVID-19. If we work together and stay vigilant, we can protect our community, save lives and increase our opportunity of returning to a level of normalcy sooner rather than later.