The four states added to the advisory list are Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio and Wisconsin, bringing the total to 22. Delaware has been removed from the list.
Travelers from any of the states identified in New York or New Jersey must quarantine for 14 days.
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Here’s how it works at airports: When a traveler arrives at the door, they must have a new Ministry of Health form filled out. They will be greeted by a law enforcement team, who will check the phones or documents to confirm. Failure to complete the form could result in a heavy fine for the traveler.
Craig Davis disembarked LaGuardia from Georgia, one of the doping states, and spoke to Duddridge about the process.
“Just basic questions like what state do you come from?” Have you met someone who has had symptoms of the virus, “said Davis, from Atlanta. “I don’t know what to think yet, because I haven’t studied it, but if it’s to contain the virus, I’ll give it a boost.” ”
Passengers receive the form before boarding or in the air and can complete it electronically. It asks for contact information, where the traveler plans to stay, and if you are traveling from a state designated as having significant community outreach. If so, it advises you to quarantine for two weeks.
Duddridge did not find anyone who opposed LaGuardia.
“Because there are certainly spikes in other states, so I think it’s necessary,” said one traveler.
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The new measures apply to everyone who arrives by plane, car, bus or train, but does not apply to essential workers or someone who crosses a state within 24 hours.
“I’m only here for one day, so it doesn’t really affect me. I’m pretty happy with that. But I think it’s a good idea for them to put this in place. Quite simply because I know that many people use this time out to travel to other states, to take advantage of it, “said Najoua Alioualla, arrived from Chicago.
Failure to complete a form could result in a fine of up to $ 2,000.
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The warrant was announced Monday as part of the government’s plan to help contain the rate of spread of coronaviruses.
“None of this is pleasant, but we have already experienced it. We went there, saw 3 million Europeans, Europeans, enter this state and bring the virus. Cheat me once. We cannot be in a situation where we have people from other states of the country, who bring the virus, ”said Cuomo.
Governor Phil Murphy said Tuesday that New Jersey may be able to implement similar measures.
“We will do it our way, but we are extremely serious about it. This is a travel advisory, ”said Murphy. “We knew what we opened our state, we would take more risks of transmitting the virus. But there is an additional element of people coming from outside, hot spots. ”
What the passengers landing in New York said they didn’t know was whether the state would follow them to make sure they stayed at home.
“I’m a little confused too, because I also mean that it seems that the paperwork gets lost super easily, so who knows?” I’m going to quarantine. I don’t think they said anything up there, but I know it should be what everyone else is doing, “said Andrea Baxter.
Duddridge contacted Governor Cuomo’s office to find out how the state applied the warrant form for people traveling to the state, but did not immediately receive a response.