Cuomo: Domestic travel quarantine no longer required when entering New York State

Travelers coming from another state into New York are no longer required to quarantine.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo made the announcement on March 11, saying that a mandatory quarantine is still in effect for international travelers.
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The State Department of Health is still recommending quarantining after domestic travel as an added precaution, but it is not required.
People arriving to the state are still required to fill out a traveler health form.