COVID-19: Travel Restrictions

There are no restrictions for travel to, from, or within Georgia. If you leave your home, you must follow social distancing, sanitation, and public health safety measures and local laws. If you test positive for COVID-19, you must follow home isolation protocol.

Your home state or country may have restrictions in place. Find out what applies to you before you travel.

If you are driving through Georgia, please follow the Georgia Department of Transportation for information about traffic, lane closures, and rest areas. If you are traveling from Georgia to another state, please be aware of the public health safety measures and local laws there.

International Travel

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is open. Please visit the airport’s website for flight, parking, and ground transportation information.

If you are entering from outside the country and aren’t a legal U.S. resident, please contact U.S. Customs and Border Protection before you travel for any restrictions that may apply.

Ports of entry into the United States, including airports, are not overseen by the State of Georgia.

Shelter in Place

All Georgia residents and visitors who are at higher risk for severe illness are expected to follow the Shelter in Place order.

COVID-19 Testing

Testing is available to all those who request it, whether they have symptoms or not. Visit a Georgia Department of Public Health site for a free COVID-19 test. If you test positive for COVID-19, you must follow home isolation protocol.

Get Tested for COVID-19 in Georgia

All Georgians can be tested for COVID-19, whether or not they are experiencing symptoms.