Pennsylvania Drops California And Texas From Quarantine List
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Photo Credit: Young woman wearing surgical mask in front of home

Pennsylvania Drops California And Texas From Quarantine List

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Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Sep 15, 2020

Pennsylvania’s quarantine list has gotten lighter this week after dropping two states which were once hotspots. 

Typically, travelers entering Pennsylvania from one of the states on its quarantine list would be asked to voluntarily self-quarantine for 14 days. 

California and Texas were once on that list, but have been dropped according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health. 

There are currently seventeen states on Pennsylvania’s quarantine list, including Illinois, which was just added last week. 

Alabama

Arkansas

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Illinois

Iowa

Kansas

Louisiana

Mississippi

Missouri

Nevada

North Dakota

Oklahoma

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Although the quarantine isn’t mandatory, Pennsylvania’s Governor Tom Wolf and his administration urges travelers to self-quarantine to help stop the spread of COVID-19.