A good place to start is the CDC. Travel related information from the CDC can be found here.
Travel requirements and restrictions imposed by countries, states, and local jurisdictions are highly fluid on a destination-by-destination basis due to COVID-19. To ensure you have the most current information, you should take the following steps prior to making a reservation and then again prior to your arrival date:
- Consult current governmental orders for your destination to ensure your visit is permitted. Any stays that are not permitted due to government orders may need to be cancelled.
- If your stay is permitted, confirm whether there are additional requirements that may apply to your stay. For example, certain jurisdictions may require proof of a recent negative COVID-19 test result upon your arrival.
- If you are staying with a third-party (e.g., a hotel or resort), consult the property’s website for the most current information regarding access to onsite amenities during your stay (e.g., pools, gyms, spas).
- Consult current governmental orders for your home jurisdiction to confirm whether there are any requirements for your return home. For example, certain jurisdictions may require a quarantine period upon your return.