The governor's latest outburst came after Trump tweeted that Cuomo displayed "tremendously poor leadership skills", while mocking him for publishing a book about his handling of the pandemic, titled, "American Crisis". As News10NBC previously reported, the New York National Guard is assisting with travel advisory screening at airports across the state. Once added to the list, travelers arriving in CT from the hot spot areas are require to either test negative for COVID-19 or self-quarantine for 14 days.
"The quarantine of 43 states shows you how the world has reversed", Cuomo said during.
He said they'll be talking "about making it clear to the extent travel among the states or between the states is non-essential, it should be avoided".
Cuomo has repeatedly taken the president to task for his handling of the virus, often commenting that while Trump enacted a China travel ban, the virus had "gotten on a plane, went to Europe, and then came to NY".
Pennsylvania falls under the same category.
Meanwhile, on Monday, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont said he would change his state's quarantine criteria, saying that a state must hit a positivity rate of 5% to land on the list. iOS (iPhone, iPad)We believe in a product that is accessible to all readers online. The quarantine applies to any person arriving from an area with a positive test rate higher than 10 per 100,000 residents over a 7-day rolling average or an area with a 10 percent or higher positivity rate over a 7-day rolling average.
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Some have also travelled to Hobart and Perth, where they will be required to undergo 14 days in hotel quarantine. Other Australian states are expected to sign up to the plan in the coming months.
Cuomo said he'd talk more about the quarantine policy tomorrow.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, however, said on Tuesday that he wouldn't add them to the list because it would be impossible to enforce. NY is opening rapid testing sites in the region, where infections and hospitalizations have seen an uptick.
New Jersey, New York and CT had announced the joint travel advisory this summer at a time when the Northeast was seeing relatively low rates of infection while other parts of the country saw spikes.
'The numbers are up, ' Gov Murphy said on Monday. "My advice is to not travel, frankly".
Over the weekend, health officials issued an order barring a public gathering outside a wedding scheduled to happen in Brooklyn Monday, claiming it could have become a super-spreader event drawing thousands of people.
'The norm in the country is going up. "We want those restrictions off, to say the least ... but we've got to bring the numbers down", the Democrat said.