The New York Post reports:
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is actively talking to New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont about mapping out mandatory quarantine “guidelines” for individuals traveling into the tristate area from Florida and other states seeing spikes in COVID-19 cases.
Cuomo said the trio is “seriously considering” implementing a 14-day isolation for Floridians and that could be extended to travelers coming from Texas, Arizona and at least 20 other states.
“The virus is up and more people are getting sick and now our fear in New York is those people are going to travel to New York and they could bring the virus with them,” the third-term Democrat said on MSNBC Monday morning.
Florida’s 14-day quarantine for visitors arriving from New York and other northern states remains in place.