Still No States In Top Tier Of Chicago's Emergency Travel OrderEvery U.S. state and territory remains in the "yellow" tier of the city's emergency travel order, meaning they are averaging fewer than 15 cases per 100,000 residents.
All States Removed From Top Tier Of COVID Restrictions In Chicago's Travel Order"Due to improving conditions around the country and the ongoing up-take of the COVID-19 vaccine, no states are above the 15 cases per 100,000 residents per day threshold," the Chicago Department of Public Health said in a statement Tuesday morning.
All But 7 States Moved To Lower Tier Of Chicago's COVID Travel OrderAll but seven states have been moved to the lower tier of Chicago's emergency travel order, lifting requirements for travelers from most of the U.S. to either quarantine when they arrive in the city, or have a negative test for COVID-19.
Five States, Puerto Rico Added To City's Travel Order; Wisconsin, Iowa, Two Other States Removed From Travel RestrictionsCity officials have updated Chicago's emergency travel order, adding five states and Puerto Rico to the locations facing additional COVID-19 mitigations, while four other states -- including Wisconsin and Iowa -- have been removed from the list of travel restrictions.
Chicago Travel Order Includes 24 States And Washington D.C.Chicago’s travel order goes into effect on Friday at 12:01 a.m.
No Changes To Chicago's Emergency Travel Order; Negative COVID Test Or Quarantine Required Upon Arrival From All States Except HawaiiTravelers coming to Chicago from anywhere in the U.S. except Hawaii remain subject to the city's COVID-19 restrictions, meaning they either must test negative for the virus before arriving or quarantine for 10 days once they get here.
No Change To Chicago Travel Quarantine Order This WeekThe Chicago Department of Public Health is not adding or removing any states from its emergency travel order this week, after warning last week that Michigan could soon be added to the list.
Florida Added To Chicago Travel Quarantine Order; Michigan Could Be Next; City's Top Doctor Warns 'This Is The Worst We Are Doing On COVID As A Country Since The Beginning'“This is the worst we are doing on COVID as a country since the beginning,” Chicago Department of Public Health Director Dr. Allison Arwady said.
Colorado, Delaware, Ohio, Texas, West Virginia Added To Chicago's Travel Quarantine Order; 30 States Now On The ListCoronavirus cases have been surging across most of the U.S. over the past few weeks, and state and city health officials have warned we are in the midst of a second wave of the virus.
Indiana, 3 Other States Added To Chicago Travel Quarantine Order As Cases In Hoosier State Continue To SurgeIndiana has now seen more than 1,500 daily cases of COVID-19 for five days in a row, and the seven-day average for new cases stands at 1,601, the highest to date.
As Cases And Hospitalizations Rise, Indiana On Warning List For Chicago's Travel Quarantine Order"If Indiana is unable to bring down the daily case average in the next week, they will be added to the quarantine list. Chicago residents are strongly advised to not travel to Indiana," the Chicago Department of Public Health said.
Three Months Into Chicago's Emergency Travel Order, No Fines Issued, Enforcement Focus Remains On EducationWeek after week, Chicago leaders wag their fingers at people thinking of traveling to and from COVID-19 hot spots, but CBS 2 discovered it’s all bark, no bite.
Kentucky, Nevada, Texas, Wyoming Added To Chicago's Travel Quarantine OrderIt's the first time Wyoming is on the list, but Kentucky, Nevada, and Texas have been included before, and later removed, as their infection rates have fluctuated.
Wisconsin Is Back On Chicago's Emergency Travel Order Starting FridayWisconsin was among the five states that will be added to the list on Friday.
Wisconsin, 3 Other States, Puerto Rico To Be Added Back To Chicago's Travel Quarantine Order; Kentucky And Louisana RemovedWisconsin, Montana, Idaho, Minnesota, and Puerto Rico will be added to the list on Friday, after their average COVID-19 caseload rose to more than 15 new cases per 100,000 residents over a seven-day period.