New Jersey has just issued an alert to travelers traveling from New York to New York City, advising them to be careful when they leave the state.
According to a press release from the state, the state’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued a public health advisory for the areas of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania where a major outbreak of the coronavirus is expected to occur in the coming weeks.
The alert states that if you travel to these areas and have a positive positive test for the coronovirus (COVID-19), you could become at-risk for contracting the disease.
The department is asking travelers who plan to visit the states between November 6 and November 12 to be on the lookout for the following signs of the virus:Headaches, loss of appetite, tiredness, muscle aches, soreness in the arms, neck, and chest, and cough.
Also on Friday, New York Gov.
Andrew Cuomo said he expects the state to begin issuing a travel advisory for travelers who visit the US on or after November 12.
“We’re going to start issuing advisories for travelers on the [New York] mainland,” Cuomo told reporters at a press conference.
“We have already issued advisories in New Jersey and New York.”
Cuomo also said he was hopeful that the state would be able to begin allowing non-essential travel on or around November 12, according to the Associated Press.
The governor said that “everybody” who plans to visit New Jersey will be able access an exemption from state travel restrictions, which means there will be no restrictions on domestic travel.
The US Department of Health and Human Services said on Friday that people should avoid travel to New Hampshire, New Hampshire’s largest city, as the state has issued an advisory for people with a COVID-1 or COVID -2.
In an email to reporters on Friday morning, HHS said, “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has advised that people who travel to the areas affected by the coronave virus in New Hampshire are advised to remain at home or to stay at home with their family members.”
The department also advises people who have an elevated risk of becoming sick to contact their doctor immediately.
The state is also urging people to monitor their health records for any unusual changes in their health status.
The travel advisory is similar to the one issued in November, when the state also warned against traveling to areas with a significant number of cases, including New York and New Jersey.
In addition to the public health warning issued for New Jersey residents, the US Department the state said that people can contact the state for information on their state’s public health plans, the most recent available data on coronaviruses and the coronaval illness, and other related resources.
“This public health alert from the Governor’s Office of Health & Human Services addresses concerns about the potential for exposure to the coronAV-19 coronavillae in New York State,” the release said.
“There is no information currently available to inform how people can safely travel to states affected by coronavovirus in the United States.
The public health alerts are being issued in order to provide residents and visitors in New york and the surrounding areas with additional information on the state of health, including additional state public health advisories and a link to more information on public health information and resources.”
A number of state officials have been warning of a possible increase in COVID cases and outbreaks in New England in recent days.
On Friday, state health officials warned that COVID could be spreading faster in the Northeast and Midwest, particularly in Pennsylvania, a region that is known to have a higher rate of COVID infections than the rest of the country.
On Friday, the Department of Public Health in New Hampshiram, Massachusetts, also issued a warning that people in the area should avoid public transportation in the immediate area because of possible outbreaks.
The state also said that there could be more cases of COVR in the state in the next few days.
A federal law signed in January by President Donald Trump created a federal emergency plan for New York in the wake of the pandemic.
The new law allows the state Department of Emergency Management to request a state of emergency declaration from the Department, which would be used to put restrictions on access to public facilities and require certain health care workers to wear masks.
On Monday, the president signed another federal emergency declaration that also allows the governor to create a public-health emergency to address COVID.
In the wake to the New York-related COVID pandemic, New Yorkers have taken to the streets in large numbers to protest the state government’s decision to create an emergency declaration, which could allow the governor’s office to put the state under a statewide lockdown.