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I'm "planning" on a "social distancing tour" up through New England. Original plans were to head up to Newfoundland but they have a fairly strict "Non-residents only" regulation right now.

Are they stopping people at the borders of the adjoining states such as VT, NH, ME, MA? Or do they hassle you if you have an out of state plate? So far, the Southwest has been very welcoming to riding. Arizona, Utah, and California all were welcoming at hotels and, in Utah, at the restaurants that are now open.

Any insight greatly appreciated.

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Early on, there were stories in the news where the RI Governor had called up the National Guard and were stopping NY residents from entering RI. Even some talk about them going house to house looking for those that had evaded the road blocks. I don't know, but don't think, that is still happening.
 

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All states are beginning to ease restrictions. I doubt you are going to get stopped at the State Line. I'm leaving next week for Kentucky and Tennessee. I don't anticipate a problem.
 
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