This week, the United States hit over 100 million vaccinations administered. As the population increasingly gets their first, and final, vaccines, and with summer fast-approaching, many are wondering what travel rules apply to them.

According to a recent update, individuals who have received two doses of either the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or one dose of the Janssen vaccine, and who have no symptoms, do not need a negative test prior to traveling to Massachusetts. These individuals also don’t have to quarantine upon arrival. These individuals must have documentation of their vaccinations, including the dates of when the vaccines were administered. 

The new rule update does not include vaccinated individuals who have Covid-19 symptoms. Those who do must follow all testing and quarantine guides. Vaccinated individuals should also wait at least two weeks after their final shot before traveling.

As the vaccine rollout speeds up, and travel slowly resumes back to normal, it’s important to be patient and continue to abide by local laws regarding wearing masks and social distancing in the meantime. We hope to see you soon!