Six states off NY travel advisory list for COVID-19
ALBANY N.Y. — New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo says six states have met the requirements for their removal from New York’s travel advisory, which requires 14 days of quarantine for anyone returning to New York from those states.
California, Maryland, Ohio, Nevada, Hawaii and Minnesota have been removed, the governor’s office said in a release Tuesday. The United States territiry of the Northern Mariana Islands have also been pulled from the list.
However, the island of Puerto Rico has again been added to the list.
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