PENNSYLVANIA — Officials in Pennsylvania have once again made an adjustment to their travel quarantine list.
This time it's just one state, Arizona, that's been removed from the list, trimming it from 17 states to 16.
The 16 listed below have been identified as at-risk areas due to an ongoing high prevalance of coronavirus. Travelers who visit these states should quarantine for a full 14 days upon return, health officials urge:
The state has noted that a significant number of new cases have been connected to travel, and they say that self-quarantine after visiting these areas could help significantly reduce the spread of the virus.
The state has seen a total of 129,048 cases, after 568 new cases were reported Saturday. A total of 80 percent of those individuals are currently recovered, as of Sunday afternoon.