Coronavirus COVID-19

Updates from our state and local governement regarding the coronavirus COVID-19

November 18,2020

In April, Governor Mills issued her Plan to Restart Maine’s Economy to gradually ease restrictions on some businesses and activities while also implementing protective protocols, along with broader additional health and safety measures, to protect Maine people. Since then, Maine has reopened the vast majority of its economy while maintaining one of the lowest national rates of COVID-19 transmission. 

Maine has entered Stage 4 of its Restarting Maine's Economy plan starting October 13, which includes guidance on winter capacity limits for businesses and strengthened measures on wearing cloth face coverings to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The State will allow adults who obtain and receive a negative COVID-19 test from a specimen taken no longer than 72 hours prior to arrival to forgo the 14-day quarantine upon arrival in Maine.

The States that are exempt from this rule are : New Hampshire, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and Vermont
.  The Governor recommands getting tested before traveling for your own safety and the people's around you, but is not mandatory. 

Us, as an agency, we are requiring our guests to only complete “KeepMaineHealthy_GuestComplianceCertificate” that we need to keep on file for the states that are still required to get tested

This is a big step forward for all of us!
In order to stay up to date, we suggest you to access the Governor website regularly.

If you have additional questions, do not hesitate to contact our rental manager at: 207-646-4548.

Here is an usefull link for finding a testing center:

Maine Governement Website
Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce 
York Chamber of Commerce
Wells Chamber of Commerce