New Travel Advisory guidelines are in effect for the State of New York
UPDATED NYS COVID-19 POLICY, EFFECTIVE 04.01.2021: FOR DOMESTIC TRAVELERS ENTERING NEW YORK STATE FROM ANOTHER U.S. STATE OR TERRITORY: If you are asymptomatic, you are no longer required to test or quarantine. All symptomatic travelers MUST self-isolated upon entering New York and contact the local health department, or their healthcare providers, for further instruction. Regardless of status, all travelers arriving to New York from a non-contiguous state, and have been in a non-contiguous state for a period of more than 24 hours, MUST fill-out the traveler health form. Contiguous states to New York are exempt from this requirement: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Vermont.
FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAVELERS ENTERING NEW YORK STATE: You must comply with all current CDC requirements for testing and quarantine after international travel. International travelers must either quarantine for 7 days and obtain a COVID-19 test after 3-5 days in quarantine, or quarantine for a period of 10 days if they do not wish to take the COVID-19 test.
Self-quarantine is strongly recommended for travelers who are not fully vaccinated or have not fully recovered from COVID-19 symptoms in the last 3 months. All travelers are required to monitor their symptoms daily while in New York State for 14 days and continue adhering to all local, state, and federal mandates regarding COVID-19. Please self-quarantine if COVID-19 symptoms develop and contact the local health department, or your healthcare provider, regarding your symptoms and guidance on whether testing is necessary.
Along with the Warren County Department of Health Services, we are able to help you as required. -