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Massachusetts Adds Three States To Lower-Risk Travel List

March 8, 2021

There are a few states from where you can come to Massachusetts now and no longer need to provide a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arrival or quarantine for two week.

Over the weekend, the Bay State added three states to the lower-risk category that don’t have this requirement. They include: Washington, Oregon, and Missouri. They join Hawaii as the only four states where this is the case. Additionally, there is one U.S. territory given this special provision: Puerto Rico.

As it stands, the travel restrictions are still in place for those coming from each of the other five New England states.

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