Cuomo: Here’s Why Connecticut and New Jersey Are Not on Quarantine Travel List

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Statement from Gov. Cuomo, Gov. Murphy and Gov. Lamont on latest New York COVID-19 travel quarantine advisory list, explaining why Pa. and NJ are not on the list despite meeting the metrics for the list.

“Our states have worked together successfully in combating this pandemic since the beginning and we’ll continue to do so. The travel advisory was designed to keep our respective states safe, with the understanding that we are a connected region, dependent on each other when it comes to commerce, education, and health care. We’re urging all of our residents to avoid unnecessary or non-essential travel between states at this time, but will not subject residents of our states to a quarantine if coming from a neighboring state. New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut have among the lowest infection rates in the country because we have based our approaches to controlling the spread on science and data, and we will continue to do so.”