State officials have removed another state from its COVID-19 lower-risk locations and added it to the restricted travel list.

The Mass. Department of Public Health announced over the weekend, that Vermont has now been removed from the state's lower-risk travel list.

The announcement comes as an update from Nov. 13, when the DPH announced that New York, Washington state, and Washington D.C. were also no longer considered lower-risk and were added to the list.

The DPH also reported that travelers who arrive to Massachusetts from Vermont are required to fill out a form and quarantine for at least 14 days or produce a negative COVID-19 test.

There are of course exemptions for work or school. Hawaii remains the only state that Massachusetts residents are allowed to visit.


Massachusetts released the latest community-level COVID-19 data
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