U.S. citizens and permanent residents returning to the U.S. are directed to voluntarily self-quarantine under CDC best practices. The U.S. government recommends that travelers stay home for 14 days after traveling from countries with widespread and ongoing transmission or who have been on cruise ships or river cruises. Recommended precautions include staying home until 14 days after arrival and maintaining a distance of at least six feet from others, self-monitoring for symptoms, avoiding contact with people at higher risk for severe illness, and following CDC guidance if symptoms develop.
There are currently no federal restrictions in place for domestic travel.
Depending on your final destination, there may be state-level guidance applicable for your return.
Visit our RESOURCES section for links to Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana for specifics to travelers from those areas, as well as other helpful links.