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Old Jun 18th, 2020, 06:19 AM
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Interstate travel if a state has a quarantine or wants a negative Covid test

If we take a road trip to someplace that wants a negative Covid test within 5 days, or says out of state vistors must self quarantine, who checks/is in charge of this? The hotel or VRBO/AirBnB?
Cops watching license plates?
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In VT police monitor the borders to see how many out of state cars are entering. People in state can file complaints if they see someone violating quarantine rules. Vt now has a complicated system of designating counties in the northeast with low COVID caseloads as "non-quarantine" counties exempt from the usual quarantine requirements.
Lodging establishments have to get a certificate from guests confirming that the guest meets one of the exemptions from quarantine.

Rules for the different states and enforcement methods vary a lot.
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