Governor Mills has announced NY, NJ and CT as EXEMPT states, joining NH and VT visitors who are no longer required to practice the 14 day quarantine or provide proof of a negative Covid test to vacation in Maine. Read the full report here.
Maine lodging may also accommodate guests from other states who will be required to complete a "Certificate of Compliance for Maine Visitors" form prior to check-in, which certifies the guest has no symptoms, and has either quarantined for 14 days (within Maine) OR has received a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of check-in.
Coming: With Maine allowing more visitors to enter, Coastal Maine businesses will have to enforce face covering requirement. Read more HERE.
June 22: Governor Mills delays the re-opening of indoor bar service across Maine. Read more here.