Chicago’s crisis travel request has advanced fundamentally since it was first presented back in July, giving rules to voyagers entering or getting back to Chicago.

As of Friday, January 15, the crisis make a trip request was disentangled to a two-layered framework, getting rid of the three-layered framework that was presented when the crisis travel request was refreshed in November.

The Chicago Department of Public Health presently orders states into the accompanying levels:

  • Orange: States encountering flare-ups of in excess of 15 normal day by day cases per 100,000 occupants. Evade travel to these states. Isolate for 10 days if entering or getting back to Chicago these states OR get a pre-appearance negative COVID-19 test close to 72 hours preceding appearance in Chicago.
  • Yellow: States with less than 15 every day cases for each 100,000 inhabitants. Dodge insignificant travel to these states. No isolate is required if entering or getting back to Chicago from these states.

Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady clarified during a public interview that the update to the crisis go request was made to “come more in line with updated CDC guidance related to travel and also in recognition that, increasingly, testing is available in more settings.”

At present, each state in the United States is in the orange level except for Hawaii, Alaska, North Dakota and Puerto Rico, which are in the yellow level.

Like the past forms of the movement request, there are special cases for those expecting to go for work, medical services or shared parental care arrangements.

Those found disregarding the request can be fined $50–$150 every day for an aggregate of up to $7,000, however they presently can’t seem to know about any cases in which the city has really authorized the request by forcing a fine.

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