PITTSBURGH — As of March 1, people arriving in Pennsylvania from out-of-state are no longer facing the COVID-19 restrictions they once were.
Gov. Tom Wolf announced the changes Monday, as coronavirus cases decline and vaccinations continue.
Previously, anyone over the age of 11 who traveled to another state had to either test negative upon returning to Pa. -- or quarantine for 14 days.
There were some exceptions, such as traveling for work or medical reasons, but certainly not for vacations and leisure.
What this DOES NOT affect is potential restrictions in other states when traveling there from Pennsylvania. This only impacts residents of Pa. when returning home on flights.