ABC News reports:
Texas expanded its quarantine requirement for out-of-state travelers on Sunday, adding to a growing patchwork of domestic travel rules aimed at stemming the spread of the coronavirus.
Gov. Greg Abbott targeted some of the pandemic’s hot spots, ordering that air travelers from California, Washington state and several other places must self-quarantine for two weeks after arriving in Texas.
His executive order, which previously focused on New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and New Orleans, was also expanded Sunday to all of Louisiana and Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit and Miami. The new rules take effect Monday.