Nevada placed back on New York's 'Travel Advisory' list

State was removed from list just last week

Mitch Kelly
September 25, 2020 - 5:26 am
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Las Vegas, NV (KXNT) - It didn't take long for Nevada to be put back on New York's naughty list.

After only a week, the Silver State was placed back on a list of states where residents traveling to New York state must quarantine themselves for 14 days upon arrival.

In addition to Nevada, four other states were added to the list: Arizona, Minnesota, Rhode Island and Wyoming. The addition of 5 states brings the total of states under New York's travel advisory to 33.

The rule applies to those traveling from “high infection rate states” whose COVID-19 positive infection rate is higher than the tristate coalition’s (comprised of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) established standards.

The move comes at a time where restrictions in Nevada are easing up a little, with bars in Clark County being allowed to open just last week.