COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions

Can I travel to Stowe, Vermont? 

There are currently travel restrictions in place for unvaccinated out-of-state residents coming to Vermont. Please check Vermont Cross State Travel Guidelines for more information.

  • Travelers who have been vaccinated do not need to quarantine to travel to Vermont or to return to Vermont if at least 14 days have passed since they received their final vaccine dose. Testing is not required for vaccinated guests and residents.
  • Effective April 9, 2021: Unvaccinated travelers planning to visit Vermont must have a COVID-19 test within 3 days before arriving in Vermont. Unvaccinated Vermonters returning to the state must be tested within 3 days upon return to the state. 
    • The test you get must be for a current infection (like a PCR test), except it cannot be an antigen test (also known as a rapid test).
    • If the test is negative, no quarantine is needed. If the test is positive, do not come to Vermont.
    • Please bring proof of your negative test result with you.
  • Effective June 1, 2021: No quarantine or testing requirements. View Vermont’s Roadmap to Reopening by July 4 for current projections for cross-state travel requirements, capacity limitations for gatherings and events, and mask and physical distancing requirements as we look ahead through the summer.
  • People who had COVID-19 within the last 3 months and have recovered do not need to test or quarantine unless they develop new symptoms.

View Cross State Travel Guidelines

What should I expect when I arrive in Stowe?

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What is Go Stowe’s message for travelers?

We are actively monitoring the fast-evolving circumstances around Coronavirus and will actively communicate with guests if the situation changes. The Town of Stowe and key officials are in communication about ongoing developments for COVID-19. View ways you can connect with Stowe businesses. We encourage travelers to Stowe, and elsewhere, to observe guidance from official organizations about travel plans. Read the CDC guidelines on Travel in the U.S.

What if I have urgent questions about Coronavirus?

For general information about COVID-19, dial 2-1-1. If you are sick or concerned about your health, contact your health care provider by phone. Please avoid going to the hospital, except in a life-threatening situation, and you have called in advance. Local hospitals include Copley Hospital in Morrisville, VT and UVM Medical Center in Burlington, VT.

Do you have questions about your trip to Stowe?

Contact Go Stowe.