Massachusetts Lifting 14-Day Isolation for Certain Travelers
Massachusetts is welcoming travelers from surrounding states that have controlled the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Beginning July 1, travelers from Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, New York or New Jersey will not be expected to abide by the 14-day self-quarantine advisory put in place more than two months ago.
However, those arriving from other areas — including residents returning home to Massachusetts from them — are still being asked to continue the two-week isolation period.
Gov. Charlie Baker said at Tuesday's COVID-19 update that lifting these restrictions is based on data showing that these states have been successful in containing the highly contagious novel coronavirus.
Read the details at iBerkshires.Com.