It’s a familiar sight each summer – bar applicants heading across state lines or to other parts of their state a day or two before the bar exam. This year, this will be different too. If you are heading across state lines, either in July or September, you will likely need to quarantine for 14 days prior to the exam. That means that you need to be in the location of the exam more than two weeks prior to the test.
Honestly, you probably want to go even earlier, just in case you do get sick. Make sure you know where local health facilities are, in relation to where you are staying. Preparedness is key. If you bring an umbrella, it won’t rain, right?
Even if you are just traveling to a different city within your state, make sure you check out a government website to see if the city is imposing any travel restrictions. These rules are likely to change in the coming months, so check regularly.