New York lifted its mandatory quarantine policy for domestic travelers. The move is part of the state’s “transition to a new normal in a post-pandemic world,” according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Before the change, which was announced by the governor’s office March 11, individuals who entered New York from other states or U.S. territories were required to quarantine for up to 14 days or test negative for COVID-19 within days of arrival.
Under the new policy, domestic travelers are only required to complete a health form and advised to voluntarily quarantine as a precaution.
While New York is opening up domestic travel, the state has not lifted restrictions on international travel. At
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