Update: Ohio Added, Arizona Removed from Quarantine List September 8, 2020

Written by MSDC Staff

On Tuesday, DC Health published its up-to-date list of states requiring a quarantine for individuals (1) visiting from the states or (2) District residents who had traveled to the states. The new list, which is in place for two weeks, added Ohio and Montana, meaning anyone visiting or visiting from those states must quarantine for 2 weeks when coming into the District. Alaska and Arizona were removed from the quarantine list.

DC Health defines “high-risk areas” are locations where the seven (7)-day moving average daily new COVID-19 case rate is ten (10) or more per one hundred thousand (100,000) persons. Travel to and from Maryland and Virginia is exempted.

An updated list will be published Monday, September 21.