Rhode Island COVID-19 Information
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:
- 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.
- Travelers to Rhode Island may get tested at a variety of locations upon entering the state.
- All state parks and beaches are open with capacity limitations and social distancing restrictions.
- Restaurants are open for outdoor and indoor dining with capacity restrictions and safety guidelines.
- Mansions, museums, outdoor entertainment and recreation activities are open at reduced capacity, with mask-wearing and social distancing regulations in effect.
- Four state campgrounds are open with limited capacity. Visit RIParks.com for more camping details and a list of what is open now.
- Social gatherings are limited to 15 people indoors and outdoors.
- Weddings and public events can host larger gatherings with proper approval.
See Phase III guidelines for specific details.