Where can Americans travel right now?
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(Updated: August 28, 2020) 

The best regularly updated rundown of where Americans can travel right now seems to be this one from the New York Times. Each country on the list is accompanied by the specifics of its policy toward U.S. travelers.

If you have another resource or other insights into where Americans can travel during the pandemic, please share it in the comments below!


Your ability to travel within the U.S. depends in part upon your state of residence. For a state-by-state breakdown of travel policies and where to find the latest, see: Where to Find the Latest Quarantine Rules in Each State

Related: Would Doctors Travel During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

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5 Comments On "Where Can Americans Travel Right Now?"
  1. Wayne Brubaker|


    I started a business 4 years ago to provide RV Dealers with video content for their websites. The RV business has exploded. My dealers are having the best season ever. The problem now is getting products on their lots. Have you ever checked into that form of travel? I know you focus on jet travel but you might have to start thinking about expanding your travel experiences!

    1. Johnny Jet|

      Yes! We had a tip about it not long ago and I hope to rent one when the west contains the virus

  2. Martin|

    It would be better if you didn’t reference articles behind a paywall, not everyone has a subscription to the New York Times.

  3. Cynthia Gibb|

    The short answer is, NOWHERE. With a 14 day quarantine in place (which means no rental car and no contact, unless you can produce medical proof that you are negative for COVID-19.) WOW, what a fun vacation!

  4. Anonymous|

    It is necessary to let the public know that the court system doesnt care about exposing immune compromised children by the visitation parent who flies on planes & works in hospitals….. then exposing the family & even more people ; not of interest to the Family Court System in CA!!!

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