Do you need a COVID-19 test if you plan to travel? Do you still need to quarantine? What to know about the confusing rules.

USA Today writes about the different rules that each state has for travelers.

Most public health experts agree the priority should be on testing people who have symptoms or have been in close contact with a person who has tested positive, and some states require travelers to present a negative test. Former CDC epidemiologist and geneticist Dr. Sonja Rasmussen, a University of Florida pediatrics professor, said the testing must be done quickly so those who are positive can be isolated and their contacts notified so they too can quarantine.