TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — With coronavirus cases surging nationwide, New Jersey is no longer using the Tri-State Area travel advisory, which tracks data state-by-state.

Instead, Gov. Phil Murphy announced travelers from all states except New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Delaware are now required to quarantine for two weeks after arriving in New Jersey.

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The state is strongly discouraging non-essential interstate travel at this time.

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New York stopped using the Tri-State Area travel advisory in early November after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a new policy.

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Under the new policy, visitors can opt out of the 14-day quarantine if they test negative for the coronavirus 72 hours before traveling to New York, quarantine for three days and then test negative for COVID-19 a second time.

Connecticut is still using the Tri-State Area travel advisory.

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