Visitors Entering New York, New Jersey, Connecticut from Coronavirus Hotspots Expected to Quarantine


Several States Issue Travel Advisory, Require Visitors from COVID-19 Hotspots to Quarantine

Visitors coming from coronavirus hotspots would be expected to quarantine for fourteen days after they enter New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that there were increasing cases of infection in some states and would need to adhere to this new quarantine advisory.

Cuomo added that those who would violate the quarantine would be asked to a mandatory quarantine and also be fined.

Officials stated that no out-of-state visitors would be barred from entering the three mentioned states.

North Carolina Gov. Cooper mandated Wednesday that face coverings were supposed to be worn in almost any public setting, indoor or outdoor. Only people with medical conditions who could be harmed by a mask, children under two, and anyone walking or exercising not within six feet of another person would be the ones exempted from the measure.