Philadelphia, PA - Do I have to quarantine after I travel out of state? A 14-day quarantine beginning after traveling outside of Pennsylvania is required for anyone who does not have proof of a negative Covid-19 test result.
Pennsylvania Covid-19 Travel and Quarantine Rules
As case numbers increase nationwide, anyone traveling to or from Pennsylvania after being out of state can potentially infect others.
Individuals should stay at a quarantine location for 14 days and avoid physically interacting with anyone, including those in their household.
If individuals do not want to quarantine, they can be tested out of state 72 hours before entering Pennsylvania; with a negative test result, and will not have to quarantine.
Additionally, quarantine is not required for individuals who travel routinely for work, medical appointments, or to comply with a court order.