NEW YORK (KWWL) - The governors for New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have simultaneously announced an expanded list of states where residents will be required to quarantine for two weeks when traveling to those states. Iowa is now included on these lists.
All three of the states' governors made the announcement on Twitter Tuesday morning.
Last week the governors declared 8 states had to quarantine when traveling to the state, which has now doubled to 16 as more states see rising case numbers. Those states include:
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
Iowans traveling to New York, New Jersey or Connecticut will be required to quarantine for 14 days on arrival to any of those states.