As the holidays approach, people may be thinking about traveling home, despite the surge in COVID-19 cases across the US and the associated risks. The CDC strongly recommends that you don't travel for Thanksgiving (and avoid unnecessary trips in general). But if you do have to travel, it's important to take safety precautions (Socially distance! Wear a mask! Wash your hands!) and be aware of each state's restrictions.
Keep in mind that this list covers statewide restrictions on travel, but each state also has different policies for mask wearing and business operations, so be sure to read up on the latest mandates and follow the CDC's guidelines wherever you go.
We will continue to update this post as restrictions change, but you should always check official state government websites before making plans.