Los Angeles County revised its COVID-19 travel advisory, lifting the mandate for fully vaccinated travelers to quarantine upon their return to the county.
The advisory urges residents to avoid all non-essential travel, but if you are traveling, you should continue to take precautions such as wearing a face covering and still practice social distancing even if you are fully vaccinated. It states that if travelers are fully vaccinated and have no COVID-19 symptoms, there will be no testing or quarantine required.
If you aren't fully vaccinated, you must quarantine for seven full days or have a negative test within three to five days after arriving in the country. If you don't get tested, you must quarantine for 10 days.