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COVID-19 Guidelines - Keep Maine Healthy

In an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19 Governor Mills' developed the Keep Maine Healthy Plan,
which aims to protect the health and well being of Maine residents while allowing the opportunity for
people to visit Maine. These guidelines applies to all Maine lodging, campgrounds, seasonal rentals, overnight camps,
and othe commercial lodging such as Airbnb.


What you need to know before visiting Maine

Residents from ALL states EXCEPT Maine, New Hampshire & Vermont may visit with no travel restrictions. Visitors from ALL other states may visit Maine using 1 of the following option AND a Certificate of Compliance.

OPTION #1 - 14 Day Self-Quarantine in Place
You have completed 14 day in-place at 1 location in Maine prior to check-in.

- COVID-19 Test "Know Before You Go"
Received a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of your arrival to Maine. To support Option #2,
Maine will open 20 "Swab and Go" sites for COVID-19 testing, but you must remain in self-quarantine while
you wait for your results.

A Certificate of Compliance form, also known as The Pledge To Protect Maine,  must be provided 1 day prior to check-in. You may register your Compliance form in advance with the state by following this link: Pledge To Protect Maine. If we do not receive your completed Certificate of Compliance 24 hours before your arrival, you MAY NOT check-in. You may be asked to verify where you self-quarantined, or to furnish proof of a negative COVID-19 test result. We kindly ask that you are honest in documenting your Option for the welfare of all. Failure to comply may result in denial of lodging and forfeiture of your deposit as per Inn on the Harbor's policies: Inn on the Harbor Policies & Procedures

For up to date information on Maine's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we provide the following links:

State of Maine "Restarting Maine's Economy"  Maine's COVID-19 Response

Maine Division of Disease Surveillance
Maine Coronovirus Travel Information

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