Washington, D.C., has released an updated list of states that are considered “high risk” during the coronavirus pandemic and subject to travel restrictions.
Anyone coming to the District from 29 states on nonessential business must quarantine for fourteen days under an order from Mayor Muriel Bowser. Travel for essential reasons is exempt from the quarantine requirement.
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Montana and Ohio were added to the list on Tuesday. Alaska and Arizona have been removed from the list.
Here are the states subject to travel restrictions:
News updates for Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia
The hot spot states have a seven-day moving average of more than 10 new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 residents, the mayor says.
The two-week quarantine applies to anyone traveling for nonessential reasons, such as a vacation.
Anyone traveling on essential business is not required to quarantine but should monitor themselves for coronavirus symptoms.
An updated list is set to be released on Monday, Sept. 21.
Travel between D.C., Maryland and Virginia is exempt from this order.