New Lodging Regulations

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New Lodging Regulations

Post: # 23144Post admin
Fri Sep 18, 2020 10:38 am

In his weekly press conference, Governor Scott has announced an easing of lodging restrictions. Inns, bed and breakfasts and hotels can now go to full occupancy. This is a change from the previous 50 percent rule. However, 14 day quarantine restrictions will still apply to anyone coming from a red or yellow area of the country. As well, the Canadian border remains closed to non essential travel.
Restaurants and bars will now be allowed bar seating provided there is six foot distances
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Re: New Lodging Regulations

Post: # 23211Post loafer89
Mon Sep 28, 2020 10:55 am

There was a big electronic road sign right on the Vermont boarder on Route 112, reminding travelers looking to stay in Vermont, to check with VT.gov That's a fairly rural boarder Crossing and I was surprised to see the sign. Luckily I live in N. Connecticut right next to I-91 with easy access to Vermont.

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Re: New Lodging Regulations

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Mon Sep 28, 2020 11:19 am

That's not unusual. As a reminder to everyone entering Vermont that there are now regulations governing visitors to Vermont.


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