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West Virginia Travel Advisories

WV Travel Advisories And Updates For Out Of State Guests

6/20/2020 WV mask mandate rescinded:

By executive order on June 20, 2021, Jim Justice has announced that West Virginia has lifted all capacity limits, social distancing requirements and mask mandates. As of Feb. 2, 2022 private businesses or schools can still require individuals to wear masks. Federal laws regarding face coverings must still be followed.

5/15/2020 Out Of State Guest Quarantine
To Be Rescinded:

Governor Justice scheduled the Out Of State Guest Quarantine to be rescinded on May 21st, 2020.

3/30/2020 Out Of State Guest Quarantine

Issued by Governor Justice 3/30/2020:

That all individuals who are traveling from areas with substantial community spread of COVlD-19, including without limitation Louisiana, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Italy, and China, are required to isolate for a period of 14 days upon entry to West Virginia or for the duration of their visit, whichever is shorter; provided that such individuals who are required to self-isolate may travel to seek such essentials as food and medical attention; and provided further that this measure does not apply to any commercial activity, including without limitation commercial trucking activities and individuals who commute into or out of the state for work, persons performing any emergency, health, military, or infrastructure response activities necessitating travel into the state, or persons otherwise engaged in and traveling for Essential Businesses and Operations under the terms of Executive Order 9-20. This Order shall apply retroactively to all persons who have entered into West Virginia after being in any area with substantial community spread within the previous 14 days. All persons isolating or quarantining under this provision shall be responsible for all costs associated with their isolation or quarantine, including transportation, lodging, food, medical care, and any other expenses they may incur to sustain the person during the period of isolation or quarantine.