Governor Andrew Cuomo is throwing out the travel advisory and is instead requiring most travelers to quarantine for three days when arriving in New York.
On the fourth day, the person will be tested for coronavirus. If they test negative, they’ll be free to go on their way. If it comes back positive for they refuse to take a test, they’ll have to quarantine for 14 days.
“We bent the curve of this virus by following the data and the science, and we are continuing that approach with these new guidelines,” Governor Cuomo said in a statement.
Travelers from New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts are exempt.
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