Governor Cuomo Announces Travel Advisory for People Coming to New York from High Risk States
Those traveling into New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut from high risk states are required to quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.
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It is unclear how this travel advisory will be enforced. However, if you plan on traveling right now, consider which safety precautions you will take and where you plan to go. Taking a Day trip in New York might be the best option for your family right now so you won't have to worry about quarantining afterwards. Here's a list of where you can go berry picking in the area or reference our list of beaches and safety tips to plan a family trip to the shore. Make sure you pack hand sanitizer and antibacterial wipes, and don’t forget your masks!
You can keep up with Governor Cuomo’s latest announcements on how New York is responding to the pandemic through his briefings (which are no longer daily) and social media pages, or check back here where we will continue to update you with the latest coronavirus developments in New York through our live coronavirus article.
This summer is undoubtedly different than normal, and traveling might not seem like the right idea right now. Luckily, there are plenty of opportunities to make memories and have fun while staying local. Learn how you can safely have fun in the pool, have a playdate with your best friend, play sports, go out to dinner, and so much more with our guide to saving summer 2020.
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