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Florida’s State of Emergency Is Extended – And So Are the Tri-State Travel Restrictions

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Today, Governor Ron DeSantis extended Florida’s state of emergency for another 60 days, and with that, travel restrictions for those coming from the Tri-State area remain in effect as well.

State officials confirmed with blogmickey.com that the extension requires guests arriving in Florida from the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut to self-quarantine for two weeks, or the duration of their stay in Florida, whichever is shorter.

The 14-day self-quarantine mandate also applies to visitors from Florida arriving in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

Governor DeSantis stated yesterday that he has no concerns about the reopening of Walt Disney World. As previously stated by Disney, guests under isolation orders will not be allowed to visit Walt Disney World when it reopens later this week.

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  1. jedi

    July 7, 2020 at 10:26 pm

    How come people coming from Texas, Arizona and California is not subject to 14 day quarantine?
    right now those states have the highest rate of infection than the tri state region. This is pure political!!! The Governor of Florida has ruin Disney travels for hundreds of visitors coming from the Tri state region since they have the lowest infection rates and yet allowing visitors in from other states with spikes in coronavirus without restriction. This makes no sense from a safety point, it is discriminatory.

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