HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) – The U.S. Virgin Islands were added to Connecticut’s travel advisory list on Tuesday.
No states or territories were removed.
The governor’s office continues to say that New Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island meet the criteria for the travel advisory, but due to the interconnected nature of the region, they are not being included on the list.
At this time, Gov. Ned Lamont said he highly discourages all nonessential travel to New Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island.
Over the summer, Connecticut joined New York and New Jersey to implement a regional travel advisory, which would limit people traveling into those three states from other areas that have a high spread of COVID-19.
Folks traveling into CT, NY, or NJ from any of the states on the list must quarantine for 14 days.
As of Nov. 17, the following locations were listed in the state’s travel