COVID-19 cases are surging across the country. Here’s what to consider as you decide whether to get tested and travel this holiday season.


With the holidays quickly approaching and COVID-19 cases rising, many states are taking extra precautions to prevent the spread of the virus from visitors to residents. 

Tennessee is considered a “high-risk” state to travel from in most parts of the country, so Tennesseans will have to review travel restrictions before seeing relatives for the holidays.

Knox News has compiled a state-by-state guide to make safe traveling easier this season. Here are the state travel restrictions as of Nov. 23 in alphabetical order.


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The strictest states

These states require proof of testing, mandatory quarantine, completion of health department forms or some combination of all three. Visitors can face fines in some states if they do not adhere