Washington, D.C., has actually upgraded its list of states that face travel constraints due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Delaware, a popular destination for D.C.-area locals, is back on the list of 30 states thought about “high-risk.” Hawaii and South Dakota were likewise added to the list on Monday.
The travel constraints directed are retroactive, Mayor Muriel Bowser previously said. If you checked out one of the states in the previous 2 weeks, you must quarantine.
Montana and New Mexico have actually been removed from the list.
Bowser has purchased that D.C. residents who take a trip to or from high-risk states should quarantine for 14 days, leaving their home or lodging for just required food and healthcare.
Anyone traveling for vital factors is exempt however should monitor themselves for signs.
Here's the full list of states with a quarantine order:
District officials say these states are high-risk due to the fact that they have a high average level of new COVID-19 cases. Travel between D.C., Maryland and Virginia is excluded from the order.
Another updated list is set to be launched on Sept. 7.