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Revised Travel Guidelines to Take Effect April 1 in New York

New York State recently announced that out-of-state travelers will no longer need to quarantine after arriving in or returning to New York as of April 1, 2021. This applies to New York residents returning home from other states, as well as visitors from other states.

While it is no longer required, the state is still recommending that domestic travelers quarantine after their arrival in New York as an added precaution. Quarantine is still mandatory for international travelers upon arrival in New York.

All travelers, coming from within and outside of the U.S., must continue to fill out the Traveler Health Form when they arrive in New York.

More information about New York State’s travel guidelines effective April 1 can be found here.