NY TRAVEL ALERT: Out-Of-State Travelers Must Provide Contact Info, Enforced With $2K Fine

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Planes from Brussels Airlines sit idle on the tarmac at Brussels Airport in Brussels, Tuesday, May 12, 2020. Hard-hit by the coronavirus crisis, Brussels Airlines unveiled Tuesday a cost-cutting plan that will result in the reduction of 25 percent of its workforce. The Lufthansa subsidiary, which employs 4,000 people, has suspended its flights as a result of the pandemic, which has put much air travel to a halt. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)

During a briefing on Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an emergency order requiring travelers flying to New York from designated high-risk states to provide contact information when entering the state.

In order to help enforce quarantining, all state airports will issue paperwork to travelers starting today, Cuomo said.

Those who do not comply could receive a summons with $2,000 fine. They could also face a mandatory-quarantine.

“None of this is pleasant, but we’ve gone through this before,” Cuomo said.

(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)




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  1. My cousins are expecting to visit NY from Israel after Tisha Ba’av. Will they impacted as well? I know Israel has a mandatory 14 quarantine sentence for all foreign entries. Will this be the same? Also, they’re coming to us in Passaic. Will Jersey follow NY? Does anyone know?