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As of today visitors to Maine from Massachusetts must once again test or quarantine
16 November 2020

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Gov. Janet Mills announced on Friday that on the basis of recent public health data, visitors to Maine from Massachusetts will no longer be exempt from COVID-19 travel restrictions, effective Monday 16 November 2020.

That leaves New Hampshire and Vermont as the only 2 states exempt from Maine's requirement to either receive a negative COVID-19 test result or quarantine for 14 days.

Maine continues to be under a State of Civil Emergency at least through 27 November.

Maine ski industry and tourism officials have expressed concern about the obstacle continued COVID-19 travel restrictions will impose on ski areas' ability to attract employees - many of whom have historically come from out of state - as well as customers for the 2020-2021 season.

Massachusetts is normally Maine's #1 tourism source market year-round.

David Boggs President/CEO ACRO Global|Publisher Tourism Marketer
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