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9/9/2020 - 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-2019) Weekly Update #42 – September 8, 2020

2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-2019)
Weekly Update #42 – September 8, 2020

Returning From Labor Day Travel?
States on the 14 Day Quarantine List
Alabama (added 6/24)
Alaska (re-added 9/1)
Arkansas (added 6/24)
California (added 6/30)
Delaware (added 9/8)
Florida (added 6/24)
Georgia (added 6/30)
Guam (added 8/25)
Hawaii (added 8/11)
Idaho (added 6/30)
Iowa (added 7/28)
Illinois (added 7/28)
Indiana (added 7/21)
Kansas (added 7/7)
Kentucky (added 7/28)
Louisiana (added 6/30)
Minnesota (re-added 7/28)
Mississippi (added 6/30)
Missouri (added 7/21)
Montana (re-added 9/1)
Nebraska (added 7/21)
Nevada (added 6/30)
North Carolina (added 6/24)
North Dakota (added 7/21)
Ohio (added 9/8)
Oklahoma (added 7/7)
Puerto Rico (added 7/28)
South Carolina (added 6/24)
South Dakota (added 8/11)
Tennessee (added 6/30)
Texas (added 6/24)
Utah (added 6/24)
Virginia (added 7/21)
Virgin Islands (added 8/11)
Wisconsin (added 7/14)

Reopening Updates:
Governor Murphy signed Executive Order 183 to allow indoor music and performance venues to resume beginning September 4th.
Any one showing is limited to 25 percent capacity with a maximum of 150 people.
Groups that buy tickets together can sit together, but they must be at least 6 feet apart from other groups.
Individuals must wear masks unless they are removing them to eat or drink.
Executive Order 183 also increases capacity limits for indoor gatherings for religious services and celebrations, weddings, funnels, memorial services and political activities beginning September 4th.
Limited to 25 percent capacity or 150 people, whichever is less.
Outdoor gatherings limited to 500 people and social distancing must be practiced.
No limits for religious or political activities protected under the First Amendment.