Advisories & COVID-19 Information

Travel Advisory: California State

Are you traveling to or from California? Please follow these travel guidelines to prevent the spread of Covid-19. You can find the travel advisory here. For more information, visit the CDC website.
The World Health Organization has identified Omicron as a Variant of Concern (VOC) first reported in the U.S. on December 1, 2021. There has been widespread detection of the Omicron variant throughout the United States and the world. The health and safety regulations of states and countries all over the world are constantly updated, including travel requirements.

Everyone Arriving to California Should Test Within 3–5 Days After Arrival
Travelers arriving or returning to California from other states or countries should test 3–5 days after arrival. This applies to everyone, regardless of vaccination status.

Follow CDC Travel Guidelines
It is strongly recommended that all travelers arriving or returning to California from outside the United States follow the CDC travel guidelines.

Positive Test Result? Isolate and Take Precautions
Travelers with covid-19 or symptoms of the illness should isolate themselves and follow public health recommendations.

Vaccinate yourself fully before traveling
Follow the CDC testing guidelines for international travel before and after your return to the United States if you are traveling internationally. Comply with all CDC and California masking regulations. Keep up to date with CDC Destination Travel Alerts that will alert you to high transmission rates.

Traveling Without Vaccination? Test Before and After
If you are not vaccinated, but plan to travel domestically, test 1–3 days before and 3–5 days after your trip. If you test negative, stay home and self-quarantine for 7 days after traveling. If you don’t get tested, stay home and self-quarantine for 10 days after travel.

Always Wear a Mask on Public Transportation (Regardless of Your Vaccination Status)
Anyone traveling into, within, or out of the state must wear masks at all times while using public transportation (including airports, planes, trains, buses, stations, etc.).

Read guidance for the use of face coverings.