Edit (5/14/2022): I’m going to leave this post and map here for historical sake, but 2 years later, we’re still dealing with absurd travel restrictions in and out of the United States and the rest of the world. United has a pretty good Travel Entry Requirements Map that does a decent job of summarizing what requirements are necessary to get into each country.
For the sake of this post, as of 5/14/2022, the following countries have eliminated all COVID-related entry requirements (i.e. – no test, no quarantine, and no vaccine is required to enter the country.) These are in approximate order of when they eliminated the entry requirement:
- Dominican Republic
- Saudi Arabia
- Costa Rica
- Czech Republic
First of all, if you don’t feel safe while traveling with Coronavirus ‘in the ether’, this post isn’t for you–please stay at home.
For everyone else who wants or needs to travel, I’ve developed a map of all of the locations within the United States which are accessible to travel to before 5/1 (non-inclusive), along with notes added to all that aren’t. This is accurate, to the best of my research, as of about 3 hours ago.
Note that I’m defining “accessible to travel to” as “not having a stay at home order.” Note that many businesses / museums / etc may well be closed, despite no “stay at home” order. Make sure to check to see if your destination is open before you leave!
Special notes are added for all cities indicated by a red pushpin. Note: These are generally cities that require Texas travelers to self-isolate for 14 days upon returning to Texas after traveling to them.
Without all of those notes out of the way–here’s the map. Travel safe!