Anyone Outside Of Northeast Coming To Massachusetts Should Quarantine For 2 Weeks
BOSTON (CBS) – Gov. Charlie Baker announced on Tuesday that the state is updating its coronavirus travel guidelines in an effort to make it easier for people from surrounding states to come to Massachusetts. Read: Massachusetts Travel Advisory Effective July 1, all people who arrive in Massachusetts, including residents returning home from out of state, are instructed to self-quarantine for 14 days, unless they are travelers from Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, New York and New Jersey. Baker said those surrounding states, like Massachusetts, are seeing a “significant decline” in cases and new hospitalizations. The state previously had a travel advisory in place asking people to quarantine for 14 days when they return to the state. “We’ve had a 14-day quarantine advisory in place now for quite a while, and generally speaking people have been pretty good about complying with it,” said Baker. “What we thought we should do today, given the facts on the ground, was to make clear that the states that basically surround us here in the northeast, all of which have had very positive trends for the past several weeks, people in those places should be allowed to come to Massachusetts without having to live up to that 14-day quarantine.” Massachusetts is currently in Phase 2, Step 2 of its reopening plan. Phase 3 will start no earlier thank July 6, though a date has not yet been announced. “Thankfully busines...
CONCLUSION: The modified Bateman SIZ model has been verified and used to predict the course of the COVID-19 pandemic in Heidelberg. Lockdown measures alone are insufficient to control the pandemic during 2021. Vaccination, diagnostic tests, and use of the Corona-Warn-App with quarantine could successfully control the spread of the coronavirus infection in the community. The Corona-Warn-App applied correctly may be the most effective. The model showed that vaccination with 50% efficacy is almost as effective as vaccination with 100% efficacy. PMID: 32646540 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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