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Offline strummer

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Travelling to the USA...
« on: December 03, 2020, 01:23:03 am »
Hello there.
I will be on my way to the USA soon , Georgia I believe, and I would need to know a few things before saying yes to my boss....
Is it possible to go to eat at the restaurant after work?
Do I have to do the quarantine?
Pretty sure I will have to do it on my way back  not sure once I will be on American ground....
Many thanks to whoever can give me some info.
Ride safe mates!


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Offline DrM

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Re: Travelling to the USA...
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2020, 07:46:13 am »
You can visit the weblinqs for the state of Georgia, which say there are no travel restrictions imposed by the state, but that doesn't mean you might not be quarantined if you arrive on an airline and a passenger shows up infected.  Most restrictions are imposed at the community level, and they can vary considerably from community to community.  If you are going to Atlanta, which is a city in Georgia, and also which is a very large metropolitan area, they might have local restrictions.  But if you are somewhere else in Georgia, there might not be much of any restrictions.  Also, restrictions, when they occur are of a temporary nature, but the duration of the restrictions (if any) might be rather long - weeks or months.  So the bottom line for you, is that Georgia is too big an area to make decisions on.  It all depends on where in Georgia you are going (assuming you make it out of the airport.)  I think right now there may be some international travel restrictions imposed by the US federal government on foreigners traveling to the US.

Offline strummer

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Re: Travelling to the USA...
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2020, 11:21:10 am »
Hey
First of all thank you for your time answering...
I am supposed to go to Atlanta actually.
I think I am waiting for some kind of "invitation" from the USA government in order to travel over there.
I think I can skip the quarantine on my way in but my problem would-be getting something to eat after work....
Thank you again.
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Re: Travelling to the USA...
« Reply #3 on: December 04, 2020, 08:35:36 am »
Hey
First of all thank you for your time answering...
I am supposed to go to Atlanta actually.
I think I am waiting for some kind of "invitation" from the USA government in order to travel over there.
I think I can skip the quarantine on my way in but my problem would-be getting something to eat after work....
Thank you again.

Most restaurants are open. There is no consistency from restaurant to restaurant. Just carry a face mask with you and wear it into any restaurant. Some restaurants are doing take out ordering only with either limited inside seating or no inside service, it all depends on each restaurant owners feeling on how strict they feel about being regarding covid. Other restaurants are operating as business as normal.

Offline strummer

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Re: Travelling to the USA...
« Reply #4 on: December 04, 2020, 12:10:36 pm »
Thanks a lot!
It sounds enough good to me.
At least I will not starve....
Much obliged.
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Offline FLuRberr

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Re: Travelling to the USA...
« Reply #5 on: December 06, 2020, 07:10:47 pm »
My roommate is moving there for a new job as well and he was wondering how "strict" it is. I actually think the state of Georgia is one of the less strict states in the country. I agree with the previous people that each restaurant has different safety precautions but I am pretty sure they are still open.