Forty-five states now meet quarantine requirements for 14 days.
NEW YORK – Two new states to be added to the New York Travel Advisory List meet current standards, but only one will be added.
Massachusetts and California both now have a seven-day rotation of new COVID-19 cases for more than 100,000 residents.
Massachusetts, like other border states, are not included in the list. Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut, Taking into account the nature of regional connectivity and the mode of transportation between the states.
New York State Travel Advisor strongly encourages unnecessary travel between Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.
During a travel update last week, Governor Andrew Kumo said: “There is no practical way to exclude New York from Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut from New York. “There are too many connections, relationships and people living and working in one place. This will have a devastating effect on the economy, and when we are fighting this public health epidemic, remember to open up the economy, but it must be avoided as long as it is necessary to travel between regions.”
The full, updated travel advisory list is below
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- New Mexico
- Porto Rico
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
Kumo said the state is studying its current policy Outside of the area, pickup trucks should be piled on for two weeks.
“We need to look at quarantine in a better, smarter way,” he said.
Forty-five states meet quarantine requirements for 14 days.
“Currently, 45 states and territories have met the requirements for our travel advisory,” Kumo said. In New York, we cannot lower our security and take risks. It takes the work of all of us to stay awake. Stay New Smart – Wear a mask, follow social distance and follow public health guidelines. He lives there to save.
The advice calls for individuals who have moved to New York from areas with significant communities to be relocated for 14 days.