Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said he was replacing New York’s weekly quarantine list with testing rules for out-of-state visitors, requiring travelers to test negative for the novel coronavirus before and after arrival, WABC reports.
Under the new requirements, travelers to New York must test negative for COVID-19 within three days of arrival. They then must self-quarantine for at least three days before getting tested again. If they test negative on the fourth day, they will no longer have to self-quarantine.Save to Favorites