In late March, Florida required visitors from New York to quarantine for 14 days because New York was the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States. Things have turned around now: New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut will require visitors from states with high levels of the virus to quarantine—and Florida is one of the states on the list.
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have doubled the number of states whose residents will be asked to go into quarantine when they travel to the Tri-State Area due to rising COVID-19 concerns. California has joined the list of 16 states, as have Georgia and Tennessee. Residents of 16 states will now have to go [
The governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut said that they are imposing a joint travel advisory in which visitors from states with high community spread of COVID-19 must quarantine for 14 days. The travel advisory is effective at midnight tonight. The list of states includes Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, [
New York on Tuesday doubled to 16 the number of US states whose residents must go into quarantine if they visit, Governor Andrew Cuomo said amid surging coronavirus infection rates. Cuomo said visitors from California, Nevada, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee must now quarantine for 14 days if they travel to New York. [
The unidentified student allegedly infected four of their peers from Horace Greeley High School in Westerchester County during a drive-in graduation event last Saturday night.
On Saturday, a viral video showed Jacksonville, Florida attorney Dan Uhlfelder — famous for touring Florida’s beaches in a Grim Reaper costume to protest lax COVID-19 safeguards — confronting a beachgoer. The other man offered a novel conspiracy theory of how the virus spread to the United States: that former Vice President Joe Biden and [
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health said Saturday that 23 more people died from coronavirus overnight with 2,169 new cases reported. Across all areas of L.A. County, it brings the total to 95,371 cases and 3,285 deaths since the outbreak began. The seven-day average of new daily cases passed 1,900, increasing from the [
Lost on the frontline is a project by the Guardian and Kaiser Health News to document the lives of every US medical worker who dies helping patients during the pandemic. This is the current project status: We have identified reports of 735frontline healthcare workers who died of Covid-19We are independently confirming each of these deaths through family members, employers and medical examinersWe have published obituaries for 128 healthcare workers whose deaths we have confirmed so far. You can...