Florida quarantine question?
It says on the Southwest website “ Anyone traveling from New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut to any of our Florida destinations will be required to self-quarantine upon arrival for up to 14 days. This is effective starting March 24 until further notification is received from the Governor of Florida's website.“ when do you think, in your opinion, that this order will be lifted?
- DEBSLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
As soon as NY, NJ, and Conn get control of their outbreak. The fact that people choosing to travel shows that they don't understand how to do that. If not for that thing called the Constitution, I'm sure governors would be banning people from those states traveling to theirs.
- conley39Lv 72 months ago
When the incidence rates in the Northeast drop significantly. It could be a few months.It's irresponsible to be traveling from those areas and further spreading the virus now.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Never. We'll all be dead in 4 weeks
- MSLv 72 months ago
No time real soon - this isn't getting better in the near future.
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- Karen LLv 72 months ago
No one can possibly have any idea. Could be a couple of weeks, could be six months. I wouldn't even want to guess
- MamiankaLv 72 months ago
September? How are any of us to know? NO FEDERAL LEADERSHIP so localities have flat out been told they are on their own. There are going to be piles of bodies before this is over. BTW - We live 100 miles north of NYC - cancelled all travel, and are not leaving the house. At all. (Sorry for previous typo - did that on phone . . . with wine . . )
- GypsyfishLv 72 months ago
For a very long time. New York is the epicenter of the pandemic right now. No one wants people from that area bringing more coronavirus to their states. STAY HOME like you've been told to do!
- JohnLv 72 months ago
Months. I'm not sure why New York is reliving Italy's experience but that's what they are doing. I'm in California and our shelter in place is "until further notice". The other day the Governor said he hopes around 12 weeks. New York's dark days have only just begun.