Coming to visit the Upper Valley this Summer? Here's what you should know:
Businesses in New Hampshire and Vermont are open for business.Updated 5-19-21.
- If you are visiting New Hampshire from out-of-state, you are no longer required to quarantine once you arrive in state; or prior to traveling here. It is recommended that people continue to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s travel guidance. The CDC guidance and other details out of state visitors need to know can be found here.
- New Hampshire no longer has a mandatory statewide mask mandate. However, visitors and residents should be aware individual businesses may require face coverings in their buildings or while on their property or grounds. Some communities still have mask ordinances in place including Hanover, Lebanon, Enfield and Plainfield.
- Travelers are free to visit Vermont with no quarantine or testing. International travel restrictions remain. Learn more about international travel from the Vermont Department of Health
- The statewide mask mandate has been lifted. However businesses may post their own mask requirement and some towns have mask ordinances in place. Please respect the local request.Businesses can decline service to individuals, including any fully vaccinated people who are not wearing a mask if they so choose.