Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday urged residents of New York and neighboring New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania to avoid all but essential travel between the states because of a spike in coronavirus cases in the Garden and Nutmeg states.
Cuomo said “non-essential” cross-border travel in the region “should be avoided” during a conference call with reporters.
It’s a sticky situation because the three states had agreed to a regional travel advisory that requires residents of other states with high COVID-19 infections to quarantine upon arrival. New York also requires foreigners at airports to fill out contract tracing forms.
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