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NY, NJ, Conn. Add Eight New States To Quarantine Orders for Travelers

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NY, NJ, Conn. Add Eight New States To Quarantine Orders for TravelersWatch VideoNew York, New Jersey and Connecticut Tuesday added eight new states where travelers will be required to quarantine.

Added to the list were California, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada and Tennessee, raising the total to 16 states under the quarantine orders.

Under the orders, visitors,...
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News video: Travelers From 16 States Must Quarantine After Arriving In Tri-State Area

Travelers From 16 States Must Quarantine After Arriving In Tri-State Area 02:36

Eight more states were added to the tri-state's growing travel advisory list Tuesday as positive coronavirus cases rise across the nation; CBS2's Cory James reports.

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