The Mayor of Washington, D.C., issued a quarantine order today for travelers coming from designated states. Don’t worry, though — it doesn’t affect your favorite lawmakers.
Oh, the horror! Universal has canceled its Halloween Horror Nights on both coasts.
Those are some of the travel stories I thought you, too, may find interesting today.
Washington, D.C., Travel Quarantine
Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser ordered a 14-day quarantine for any resident of the District or other travelers arriving from a coronavirus hotspot. Lawmakers, however, aren’t included in the ban. (Otherwise, they may have to spend time with their constituents! 🙂 )
The order kicks in Monday, July 27 at 12:01 AM. But according to the press release announcing Her Honor’s mandate, “A list of ‘high-risk areas’ will be posted by the DC Department of Health on Monday, July 27, 2020, and will be updated every two weeks on coronavirus.dc.gov.”
So some travelers will have a hitch in their travels when they land in D.C. early next week. Though I bet the roster of affected states will mirror — or very closely resemble — New York’s naughty list.
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