COVID-19 TRAVEL INFORMATION

Updated 02/11/2022


Wisconsin Department of Health Services Travel Guidance


Before you travel, know that...

1. Both domestic and international travel is risky. Do not travel unless you are fully vaccinated or up to date on your COVID-19 vaccinations.
 

2. People diagnosed with COVID-19 and close contacts are prohibited from using public transportation (for example, planes, buses, ships, shuttles) during their isolation or quarantine period. 

  • This does not apply to individuals who have been classified by public health as a probable or confirmed COVID-19 case with lab evidence and completed their isolation in the past 90 days.
  • Special modifications or exemptions allowing participation in work or school activities during isolation or quarantine do not change the restrictions from using public transportation during a person's isolation or quarantine period.

    3. Mask wearing, regardless of vaccination status, is required on all planes, buses, trains, and other forms of public transportation traveling into, within, or out of the U.S. and in U.S. transportation hubs such as airports and stations.

4. Travelers are responsible for knowing and complying with all airline and destination(s) requirements. Traveler requirements for incoming individuals are set by the destination. Airlines may have more stringent COVID-19 prevention requirements than travel destinations (state, country, tribal nation).

  • CDC's COVID-19 Travel Planner is a centralized communication platform with COVID-19 information for the state, local, territorial, and tribal communities travelers may pass through on the way to their destination.

Source: WI Department of Health Services (Link)


CLICK HERE for more information on domestic travel.

CLICK HERE for more information on international travel.


North Shore Health Department: (414) 371-2980