Covid: Current Guidance on Travel to Maine

June 8, 2020 - updated June 25, 2020

Governor Mills today announced an alternative to the State’s 14-day quarantine requirement for people entering Maine.

  • Starting June 12, residents of New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, can book reservations and travel into the state of Maine with no restrictions. Residents of these states are free to move about Maine without testing requirements. Visitors to Maine from New Hampshire and Vermont DO NOT need to quarantine or provide any alternative to quarantine before traveling in Maine.
  • Starting June 26, visitors to Maine from outside New Hampshire and Vermont can certify that they have received a recent negative COVID test (within 72 hours) as an alternative to the 14 day quarantine. Visitors can sign a "Certificate of Compliance"at lodging facilities, stating that they have either quarantined for 14 days OR have a recent negative COVID-19 test. (This applies to adults within the party.)
  • Symptom checks will be in place across the state to ensure that the people moving about are symptom free.

In order to keep our residents and visitors safe the Governor has also announced complimentary expansive testing throughout the state.

Click here for the most current State of Maine information on the Covid-19 situation.