State restrictions for the coronavirus in the US


• North Dakota: fully open.

• Dakota del Sur: fully open.

• Delaware: fully open.

• District of Columbia: fully open. Mayor Muriel Bowser re-instituted the mandate regarding the use of masks effective July 31 at 5 am Residents age 2 and older must wear masks in enclosed public spaces, regardless of vaccination status.

• Florida: fully open. Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced that residents must wear a mask at county facilities regardless of vaccination status.

• Georgia: fully open. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms ordered residents 10 and older to wear a mask in enclosed public spaces. Savannah Mayor Van R. Johnson also signed an order requiring residents age 10 and older to wear masks when inside Savannah government buildings, hospitals and day care centers, among other places.

• Hawaii: Governor David Ige (D) removed quarantine requirements for American travelers who have been fully vaccinated. Currently, travelers coming to Hawaii from out-of-state and fully vaccinated can bypass the requirements. Otherwise, visitors must present proof of negative COVID-19 test, obtained within 72 hours of travel, or voluntary 10-day quarantine. Each county has its own restrictions on gathering people. A state order requires the use of masks from 5 years of age in internal public spaces. Outdoor masks are not required. Ige extended the term of an eviction moratorium until August 6 for tenants who cannot pay their rent.

• Idaho: fully open. Residents over 2 years of age must wear a mask in the City of Boise when they are inside the facilities, including the city hall and public libraries.

• Illinois: fully open. Governor JB Pritzker ordered residents over 2 years of age to wear a mask inside buildings, regardless of vaccination status.

• Indiana: fully open.

• Iowa: fully open.

• Kansas: In May 2020, Gov. Laura Kelly announced that counties should come up with their own plans to reopen businesses. A state plan to restart the economy in phases provided guidance, but was not mandatory for counties to follow to the letter. The state Department of Health and Environment updated the travel mandate on July 29. People who did not get vaccinated and attended a gathering of 500 or more people out of state, and who did not wear a mask or maintain the required physical distance, are required to quarantine upon returning to Kansas; But the length of the quarantine varies, as it depends on whether the person was tested. The mandate is also activated for anyone who has traveled by cruise as of March 15, 2020. Quarantine is not mandatory for fully vaccinated people who show an asymptomatic picture since the trip. The Department of Health recommends the use of masks in public to those over 2 years of age, but it is not mandatory.

• Kentucky: fully open.

• Louisiana: fully open. Governor John Bel Edwards reinstated a mandate regarding the use of masks. Residents over 5 years old have to wear a mask in closed public places. Exceptions are when you eat and drink, or when you participate in a sport or keep a distance of 6 feet from people who are not from the same household. The order is effective between August 4 and September 1, unless extended.

• Maine: fully open.

• Maryland: fully open. The Montgomery County Council approved the reinstatement of the mandate regarding the use of masks. As of August 7, residents over 2 years of age have to wear masks in closed public spaces, regardless of their vaccination status. The Prince George’s county executive ordered the use of masks from the age of 5 in closed public places, regardless of the vaccination status. The mandate is valid from August 8 to September 10.

• Massachusetts: fully open. In Provincetown, employees and customers have to wear a face mask in enclosed public spaces, such as gyms and others.

• Michigan: fully open.

• Minnesota: fully open.

• Mississippi: fully open.

Measure: fully open. Since July 26, St. Louis city and county health departments require residents 5 years and older to wear a mask in enclosed public spaces and when using public transportation. Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas announced that — effective August 2 — residents over the age of 5 must wear a mask in public spaces where the established distance cannot be maintained.

• Montana: fully open.

• Nebraska: fully open.

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