Travel Restrictions for Visitors Traveling to Florida from New York Tri-State Area Officially Lifted

Given rising COVID-19 rates across the state of Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis extended the State of Emergency back in early July, thus also extending the ongoing quarantine mandate for all people traveling to Florida from the Tri-State area. As of today, Governor DeSantis has issued an executive order rescinding travel restrictions on those traveling to Florida from New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

Under this new order, people traveling to Florida from the Tri-State area are no longer required to self-isolate for 14 days. Previously, the order had been extended through September 5th.

Strict regulations are still in place for many who reside in the Tri-State area, as individuals traveling from Florida to New York must still quarantine for 14 days, and provide contact information upon arrival back in the state. Failure to provide contact information could result in a summons with a $2,000 fine and a hearing for a mandatory quarantine.

If you live in the Tri-State area and have been planning a trip to Walt Disney World within the coming months, we encourage you to check with your travel agent for any potential changes.

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