Wondering which U.S. states to travel to in early summer 2020? Due to the COVID 19 (corona virus), many states have imposed certain restrictions and guidelines that, without knowledge of them, can make or break your trip this Memorial Day 2020 and beyond. Many states have made certain facilities accessible, others not. Some have banned travel altogether. So whether you’re flying, driving or by rail, make sure you’re aware of the pandemic response each state has taken by watching this video. In part one of this episode, I will cover restrictions imposed in the states of Alabama – Montana (part 2 will cover Nebraska – Wyoming).
As an alternative, you can skip to your desired state by skipping directly to it on the video based on the following times I start covering your state:

2:26 – Alabama
2:54 – Alaska
3:16 – Arizona
3:53 – Arkansas
4:17 – California
4:53 – Colorado
5:09 – Connecticut
5:43 – Delaware
6:26 – District of Columbia (DC) (6:26)
6:40 – Florida
7:39 – Georgia
8:10 – Hawaii
9:07 – Idaho
9:44 – Illinois or Chicago
10:20 – Indiana (10:20)
11:10 – Iowa
11:39 – Kansas
12:10 – Kentucky
12:47 – Louisiana
13:17 – Maine
13:57 – Maryland
14:27 – Massachusetts
15:10 – Michigan
15:44 – Minnesota
16:03 – Mississippi
16:30 – Missouri
16:44 – Montana

Related articles:
https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/news/where-can-you-travel-whats-open-whats-closed-heres-the-current-status-for-all-50-states/ss-BB14l0Ac?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=hmlogout

Arrests in Hawaii

Oregon man, 20, and Washington state man, 19, arrested in Waikiki for allegedly violating state’s travel quarantine mandate


https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/18-year-old-arizona-woman-visiting-hawaii-was-arrested-after-n1213231
https://abcnews.go.com/US/man-hawaiian-vacation-arrested-charged-breaking-quarantine-rules/story?id=70720638

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