Saturday 27 June 2020

Cuomo's dictates

Asked how New York would enforce the mandate, Cuomo said tracers will follow up randomly to ensure visitors are meeting requirements.

"You fly into New York, we'll have your name, we'll know where you're supposed to be staying. There'll be random checks," Cuomo said. "You get pulled over by a police officer and he looks at where your residence [is] and says how long have you been here? You get sick and you go to a hospital from out of state and you test positive and you're within the 14 days, you've violated the law. You're going to have a problem."

Cuomo said inspectors will be "looking randomly at names on the list" and following up to make sure visitors are quarantined. If they are not, they will be fined, he said.

Visitors need to isolate themselves if they arrive from states registering 10 positives per 100,000 tested on a seven-day rolling average or with a 10% or higher positivity rate on a seven-day rolling average.

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