States Where Visitors Don’t Have to Quarantine If They Get Tested for COVID-19

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16. District of Columbia

Visitors who are staying overnight in the District of Columbia and who are coming from a high-risk state or territory must show a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 72 hours before arriving. If they are staying in D.C. for more than three days, they must get another test three to five days after arriving.

Residents of Maryland and Virginia are exempt from these rules.