The governor is reconsidering the route to accommodate travelers from other states, perhaps offering a quick 2-week quarantine replacement for some.
Buffalo, New York – New York Governor Andrew Kumo says the state is currently considering a different approach to isolating some out-of-state immigrants for two weeks.
“We need to look at quarantine in a better, smarter way,” he said.
Currently, airlines flying from any of the 43 states on the New York Travel Advisory list will be fined if they do not isolate themselves after being subject to quarantine for two weeks.
He is now considering whether the state can provide a quick test for those who will replace him.
The tests have been improved to get the results within 20 minutes.
It can be assumed that leisure travelers can at least take the test as long as it takes their luggage to reach the suitcase.
According to this theory, only those who make a positive diagnosis can be left alone, and this can avoid the burden of monitoring the current state of health by the local health authorities and all future travelers.
Good idea, hard to get up
“We have to be open to any new ideas that come our way,” said New York State Sheriff Ryan (de Buffalo). “But I know what our current state capacity is to do a quick test. not enough . At present, Eri County can do just hundreds of things a week. It will not be enough to make a policy that will allow those who come in and out of power to get a quick test.
Added New SS Meeting Monica Wallace (D-Lanster) – “My understanding is that we don’t have unlimited supply. If we do, that’s fine – but I don’t think we will. ”
Komo’s approach is not a new one.
On Thursday, Canada will launch a similar test program on two planes in the western province of Alberta, Cu, perhaps one day in New York.
Newcomers to the region will have the option to test COVID-19 in less than two weeks.
It does not destroy their neutrality, but it can drastically shorten their isolation.
According to the Canadian program, a 14-day trial period can be shortened to 48 hours if the test is negative.
Getting the test is optional, but you must choose to abide by the normal two-week quarantine.
In addition, even if the test is negative, the trainees will only be allowed to remain neutral if they promise to take a second test.