State relaxing travel order on Monday

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State relaxing travel order on Monday



BUT THAT IS COMING WITH A WORD OF CAUTION FROM MEDICAL EXPERTS. THE EYEOPENER’S RHONDELLA RICHARDSON IS LIVE AT THE STATE HOUSE WITH THE REACTION TO THIS DECISION. REPORTER: THOSE CHANGES TAKE EFFECT ON MONDAY, THE SAME DAY THE STATE ENTERS PHASE FOUR OF REOPENING. THE STATE NOW SHIFTING TO RECOMMENDING TRAVEL PRECAUTIONS, NOT REQUIRING THEM. IT’S STILL SUGGESTED THAT YOU QUARANTINE UNLESS YOU’VE ONLY BEEN OUT OF MASSACHUSETTS FOR LESS THAN 24 HOURS, IF YOU HAVE A NEGATIVE TEST WITHIN 72 HOURS OF ARRIVAL, OR IF YOU’RE FULLY VACCINATED. BECAUSE THIS IS NOW AN ADVISORY, NOT AN ORDER, MEANING YOU WON’ HAVE TO FILL OUT A FORM WHEN YOU RETURN AND YOU WON’T BE FINED FOR NOT FOLLOWING THE RULES. BUT, MEDICAL EXPERTS STRESS THIS IS NOT A GREEN LIGHT TO SKIP THE RULES AND TRAVEL FREELY, THE VARIANTS ARE STILL OUT THERE AND STILL POSING A SERIOUS THREAT. WE DID FIND A LOT OF PEOPLE NOT JUST ANXIOUS TO TRAVEL, BUT PLANNING ON IT. AGAIN, THOSE CHANGES TAKE EFFECT ON MONDAY. >> WE DO NEED A LARGER PERCENTAGE OF THE POPULATION VACCINATED. REPORT

State relaxing travel order on Monday


The Massachusetts Travel Order will be replaced with a Travel Advisory beginning March 22.

The Massachusetts Travel Order will be replaced with a Travel Advisory beginning March 22.

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