COLUMBUS, Ohio – Last week, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced an advisory recommending that people arriving from high-risk states self-quarantine for 14 days. The advisory applies to states that currently have a coronavirus positivity test rate of at least 15% and to people from other states and residents of Ohio who have traveled and are returning home. As of July 29, the states at 15% or more are Mississippi, Arizona, Florida, Alabama, Idaho, Kansas and South Carolina. DeWine said people should self-quarantine in their homes or in a hotel. This applies to visitors as well as people who live in Ohio and return from vacation or business trips. Last week’s advice applied to nine states: Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Mississippi, Nevada, South Carolina and Texas. DeWine had said Puerto Rico was on the list, but his office clarified after that he said it in error. DeWine said last week that if the notice is not an order, it is recommended that you follow it.
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