Photo: Mabry Mill on Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia. (photo via LaserLens / iStock / Getty Images Plus)
As of January 3, Virginia had no statewide travel restrictions in place for U.S. visitors.
*For more detailed and local information, check Virginia's official website.
NOTE: Washington, D.C. does currently require have travel restrictions. Anyone traveling into the District from a state or jurisdiction having more than 10 daily cases per 100,000 people must have taken a COVID-19 test no more than 72 hours prior to entry and received negative results.
-Those visiting for more than three days will need to test again, within three to five days after their arrival.
-Visitors from Maryland and Virginia are exempt.
-Those entering D.C. to attend a family emergency or a funeral do not need to obtain a negative test prior to arriving but must restrict their activities to those related to the emergency.*For more detailed and local information, check the District's official website.