|November 3, 2020|
Updated COVID-19 State-By-State Travel Restrictions
Many states update their travel advisories and restrictions regularly. For example, beginning tomorrow, November 4, 2020, New York is eliminating their Advisory List of states from which travelers must quarantine for 14-days if traveling to the state of New York.
New York’s new policy will require travelers from non-neighboring states to present a negative test within 3 days of their arrival, then quarantine for 3 days. On the 4th day, travelers must test again for the virus. If the test on the 4th day is negative, travelers are free to go about their business thus eliminating the full 14-day quarantine requirement.
A good resource for updated state-by-state policies and restrictions is located here.
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