Rhode Island COVID-19 Information
Rhode Island is fully open, with 100% capacity at restaurants, museums, retail, places of worship, and gyms. Indoor and outdoor capacity is at 100% with no cap. Fully vaccinated individuals do not need to wear masks. Masks are no longer required for any outdoor activities in Rhode Island, although residents are encouraged to wear them in crowded settings if they aren't fully vaccinated. Medical facilities, schools, and certain businesses may still require them and unvaccinated individuals must also continue to wear a mask as well.
Full guidance continues to be available on www.reopeningri.com.
Domestic travelers: If you’ve come to Rhode Island from a hot spot within the 50 states or DC, you must quarantine for 10 days or provide proof of a negative result from a COVID-19 test taken after arrival or within 72 hours before arrival. For more information and guidance regarding Covid-19 visit covid.ri.gov.
Visitors to Rhode Island may also receive a vaccination if eligible, regardless of home state. Details and availability may be found at VaccinateRI,org.