Today the state of Connecticut removed six states from its travel advisory because the rate of COVID-19 in those areas has dropped. It also added Puerto Rico to the list. Connecticut also changed the rules on how its quarantine rules work.
“The states are determined on one of two conditions. Either having a case count of greater than 10 per 100,000 over a seven week average so that’s just raw number of cases or a test positivity percentage of 10% or higher. Currently, either of those metrics will get you on the travel advisory list,” Josh Geballe, Gov. Ned Lamont’s Chief Operating Officer, says.
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