MALLORCA, SPAIN - JULY 30: Passengers walk to the arrivals in Palma de Mallorca airport on July 30, 2020 in Mallorca, Spain. The United Kingdom, whose citizens comprise the largest share of foreign tourists in Spain, added Mallorca and other Spanish islands to its advice against non-essential travel to the country, citing a rise in coronavirus cases. The change follows the UK's decision to reimpose a 14-day isolation period for travelers returning from Spain. (Photo by Clara Margais/Getty Images)

Before booking those plane tickets or hopping in your car, you might want to consider the new travel restrictions and how they can impact your upcoming vacation. To ensure public safety, Gov. Baker has issued new restrictions for individuals entering and returning into Massachusetts from a high-risk state.

Commonly asked questions:

  • Which states are impacted by the travel restrictions?
  • I’m coming from/traveling to a state outside New England, New York, New Jersey or Hawaii – what do I need to do?
  • What if I’ve recently tested negative for COVID-19? Do I still need to quarantine?
  • What if I don’t comply with the restrictions?

Find out answers to these questions and more about COVID-19 related travel restrictions that are effective this Saturday August 1st, 2020.