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Another State Added To New York’s Travel Advisory List

With cases on the rise, NY Governor Andrew Cuomo has added New Mexico to the travel advisory list requiring all travelers coming from states with significant rates of transmission of COVID-19 to quarantine for a 14-day period from the time of their last contact.

The full updated list of states and territories on the travel advisory:

  1. Alabama
  2. Alaska
  3. Arkansas
  4. Colorado
  5. Delaware
  6. Florida
  7. Georgia
  8. Guam
  9. Idaho
  10. Illinois
  11. Indiana
  12. Iowa
  13. Kansas 
  14. Kentucky
  15. Louisiana
  16. Minnesota
  17. Mississippi
  18. Missouri
  19. Montana
  20. Nebraska
  21. Nevada
  22. New Mexico
  23. North Carolina
  24. North Dakota
  25. Oklahoma
  26. Puerto Rico
  27. Rhode Island
  28. South Carolina
  29. South Dakota
  30. Tennessee
  31. Texas
  32. Utah.
  33. West Virginia
  34. Wisconsin
  35. Wyoming

This is based upon a seven day rolling average of positive tests in excess of 10%, or number of positive cases exceeding 10 per 100,000 residents.

All out-of-state travelers from designated states must complete a traveler health form upon entering New York. Travelers who leave the airport without completing the travel health form will be subject to a $2,000 fine and may be brought to a hearing and ordered to complete mandatory quarantine.

Governor Andrew Cuomo also announced a new cluster action initiative to address COVID-19 hot spots that have popped up in Brooklyn, Queens, and Broome, Orange and Rockland Counties. Anyone caught having mass gatherings will be charges a $15,000 fine. Additional information can be found on the New York State website.

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