This brings the total number on the list to 22. In addition to newcomers are among the limited states: Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Utah. After starting the COVID hotspot as before, the three-state zone is cautious when cases rise. Here`s what you need to know when you`re planning a visit. Trips to Pennsylvania are also discouraged, but visitors do not need to be quarantined. According to Johns Hopkins data, the three states have reported nearly 45,000 COVID deaths, or about a third of the total deaths in the United States, although governors admit that the actual number is likely much higher. They don`t want to start all over again. The step comes after these states experienced an early increase in coronavirus infection, which then subsided. But in the south and west, the virus is rapidly gaining momentum. The application of the Directive differs from one State to another.
Non-compliant travelers can expect a $2,000 fine in New York. That is, until October 31, when New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the new guidelines for visitors and residents and abandoned the 14-day quarantine in favor of a more uniform testing-based entry system amid the coronavirus pandemic. The three-state measure will use uniform settings and messaging across highways, airports, websites and social media across all three states. The three states will also ask hotels to disclose the 14-day quarantine to guests who have come from one of the affected states. The list drawn up in June has adapted accordingly, as the coronavirus continues to affect the country as a whole. In October, when the Three States region began to see the number of cases rise again, the three governors advised against travelling between their respective states, which is not necessarily necessary. On July 29, all regions, including New York, were in the fourth phase of reopening. The fourth phase means that low-risk outdoor and indoor art and entertainment (zoos, museums and professional sports among them) can be taken over. Hotels throughout the state can operate with restrictions and NYC hotels have begun to reopen in earnest. Residents and travelers are required to wear a mask and maintain a distance of six feet in public. Indoor restaurants with reduced capacity (25 per cent) will resume on September 30.
“You can violate the quarantine until you get caught, and then you`ll be punished with thousands of dollars,” Cuomo said. “I hope we are on the other side and we will stay on the other side.” On Thursday, Cuomo suggested that people would “drop a penny on someone” if it was established that they violated the quarantine order. On Friday morning, in an interview with CNN, Cuomo suggested that there would be inspections of people arriving from quarantine states and expected to self-isolate. Here`s what you need to know about traveling to all three states. Yes and no. For some states, Cuomo did not find a “neighborhood” to prevent New Yorkers from entering and threatened to sue Rhode Island to arrest people wearing New York license plates on their cars. But Cuomo hinted that this was another circumstance. His quarantine is not a “blockade”. In any case, it probably can`t legally prevent people from entering the state.
Residents of other countries that have similar infection rates are not required to quarantine, including Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, as well as other states that are themselves part of the agreement, including New Jersey and Connecticut. . . .