UPDATE: Rhode Island’s governor, Gina Raimondo, has issued an executive order that all residents must wear a face covering when outside the home. Rhode Island is now in Phase III of the state's reopening plan, which stipulates:
- Restaurants are open for outdoor and indoor dining with capacity restrictions and safety guidelines.
- Social gatherings are limited to 15 people indoors or outdoors.
- Weddings and public events can host larger gatherings with proper approval. See Phase III guidelines for specific details.
- Domestic travel restrictions: If you are coming to Rhode Island from one of the states listed here with a positivity rate of COVID-19 greater than 5%, you will either have to self-quarantine for 14 days while in Rhode Island, or produce proof of a negative test for COVID-19 that was taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Rhode Island. If you receive a test after arriving in Rhode Island and get a negative test result, you can stop quarantining.
Rhode Island has a culinary scene second-to-none. The New York Times, Gourmet and Travel + Leisure and other pubs have applauded the state for everything from deluxe farm-to-table restaurants to classic iconic comfort food. With the Atlantic Ocean as our backyard, it's not surprising that visitors come from near and far to enjoy the absolute freshest seafood. Rhode Island's diverse culture means, French, Portuguese, Near Eastern and Asian cuisines come together in mouthwatering style. The state is also home to Johnson & Wales University, one of the nation’s foremost culinary education institutions.
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