In an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, all incoming travel to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut from states with a significant spread of COVID-19 are required to quarantine for 14-days after leaving that state.
Connecticut says it has issued its first $3,000 in fines to a pair of residents who failed to comply with the state’s new coronavirus travel advisory.
A mandatory quarantine of 14 days has been extended to travelers entering New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to 16 from the 8 states listed when the advisory was first issued last week.
The governors of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut are ordering a mandatory 14-day quarantine on visitors from states with high COVID-19 cases. They made the announcement on Wednesday morning in a joint news conference.
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has unveiled the rules that businesses planning to open when Phase Two begins on Wednesday, June 17 will have to follow.
Connecticut looks to significantly increase testing before it begins reopening the economy on May 20.
Gun rights supporters are suing in federal court over an executive order suspending fingerprinting services needed to obtain gun and ammunition permits.
A doctor from New York with a link to a Connecticut hospital has tested positive for the disease caused by the coronavirus, Gov. Ned Lamont announced Saturday.
Governor Ned Lamont has confirmed the state’s first case of coronavirus.
The U.S. Surgeon General met with the governor of Connecticut on Monday.