New York City is cracking down on drivers to stop the spread of the coronavirus. City agencies will start checking major bridges and tunnels to enforce mandatory quarantine rules; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
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NYC Cracks Down On Drivers To Enforce Mandatory Quarantine RulesNew York City is cracking down on drivers to stop the spread of the coronavirus. City agencies will start checking major bridges and tunnels to enforce mandatory quarantine rules; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Four New States Added To Tri-State Area's Coronavirus Quarantine ListFour new states were added Tuesday to the tri-state area's quarantine list . This comes as coronavirus cases spike in 39 states and the CDC says the worst is still ahead of us; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
More States Added To Coronavirus Hot Spot Quarantine List As Enforcement Begins At NY AirportsThe tri-state area is adding more states to its coronavirus hot spot quarantine list, and there's also new enforcement at New York airports; CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
NY Begins Screening Travelers From High-COVID StatesEnforcement begins today a New York airports to screen travelers from states with high coronavirus infection rates. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge has the details.
Suspicious Package Investigation At LaGuardia AirportPolice are investigating a possible suspicious package at LaGuardia Airport.
Travelers From 16 States Must Quarantine After Arriving In Tri-State AreaEight more states were added to the tri-state's growing travel advisory list Tuesday as positive coronavirus cases rise across the nation; CBS2's Cory James reports.
European Union Votes To Ban American Tourists Due To Coronavirus FearsWhile he U.S. continues to see high numbers of people infected with coronavirus, Europe has seen a decrease. That has prompted the European Union to deny entrance to Americans for now. CBS News' Ian Lee reports
Tri-State Travel Restrictions Take EffectEffective today, travelers face new restrictions coming into the Tri-State Area.The governors hope this will prevent another COVID surge. CBS2's John Dias has the details.
Tri-State Issues New Travel Rules For VisitorsTri-State Area governors are not taking any chances as coronavirus cases continue to rise across the country. The governors announced travel restrictions for visitors from nine states. CBS2's John Dias has the details.
Local Governors Announce Action To Prevent Coronavirus Spread From Other StatesWhile the tri-state area seems to have the coronavirus under control, that's not the case in several other states, and local governors are acting to try to prevent a second wave; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Governors In Tri-State Area Announce Advisory For Travelers From Coronavirus HotspotsThe governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have banded together to make sure travelers from coronavirus hotspots don't bring the virus back here; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Some Tri-State Visitors Ordered To IsolateNew York, New Jersey and Connecticut say people traveling from states with high coronavirus infection rates must self-quarantine for 14 days.
Hotels Making Changes, Preparing To Welcome Guests As Travel ResumesIf you plan to travel this summer, you can expect major changes at hotels, including plexiglass barriers and no more buffets; Kris Van Cleave reports for CBS2.
Tri-State Area Reopening Has Many Wondering About Safe Summer ActivitiesThe tri-state area reopening may have have you thinking about hitting the road, but there are still a lot of risks involved; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
New Feature On LIRR App Allows Riders To See Seat CapacityLong Island Railroad riders who are concerned the trains will be too crowded with people going back to work can find the answer quickly.
Demanding Answers: What Are Leaders Doing To Make Sure Travelers Arriving In U.S. Don't Have Coronavirus?CBS2 has learned some of the same international flights that are being blamed for the explosion of the coronavirus in our area are still operating, so what are leaders doing to prevent another outbreak? CBS2's Lisa Rozner is demanding answers.
U.S. Airports Lacking Coronavirus Screening Compared To Other CountriesInternational flights that were blamed for bringing the coronavirus to the United States are again landing in our area. Critics say federal and state officials are pointing fingers instead of preventing it from happening again. CBS2's Lisa Rozner has a look at how other countries are handling safety and screening.
Expert: With Reopening Will Come Incredible DealsAs summer approaches, experts says deep discounts and shopping deals are coming due to the COVID-19 impact on stores. CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports
Memorial Day Travel Expected To Hit Record Low Due To COVID-19Memorial Day weekend travel is expected to hit a record low this year, with air travel down 88% and due to the pandemic. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
TSA To Make Screening Changes In Response To PandemicTSA officers will now look without touching when it comes to passengers' boarding passes. When a bag does not pass X-ray screening, passengers may have to unpack it themselves and send it through the machine again to prevent an officer having to search it by hand. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Demanding Answers: Are Precautions Being Taken For Arriving International Flights?CBS2's Lisa Rozner questioned Gov. Andrew Cuomo about what's happening at area airports like JFK and Newark.
Surf's Up, As Is Anger As NYC Residents Banned From Long Island BeachesMayor Bill de Blasio defended his decision to keep New York City beaches closed due to safety and spread of the virus. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Travel Industry Experts Expecting Closer Trips, Isolated Suburban Getaways This SummerAs more people look to travel locally once COVID-19 restrictions loosen, vehicle rental companies are anticipating lots of summer business; CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
As Air Travel Picks Up, Passengers Are Unclear About Social Distancing RulesWith mixed guidelines from the airlines and no federal rules, travelers are not sure what to do when it comes to social distancing; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.