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Vermont Lifts Quarantine Rule for Vaccinated Travelers



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Travelers to Vermont who have been fully vaccinated will no longer have to abide by the state’s 14-day quarantine rule.

According to Travel+Leisure, the new ruling goes into effect this week and means those who have received their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine can now bypass the quarantine period when visiting Vermont.

The policy will apply to both residents and visitors.
“I want to be very clear: We’re going to do this carefully and methodically like we have throughout the pandemic, and I’m asking for your patience as we work our way through this process,” Vermont’s Governor Phil Scott announced via Twitter.

Travel+Leisure reports Vermont has had one of the most stringent travel policies in the country, requiring most visitors to quarantine for two weeks, or allowing them to end their quarantine after seven days if they tested negative for COVID-19.