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Chicago's emergency travel order now requires 31 states to quarantine or negative test

8 days ago   |   By WGN TV

CHICAGO - The City of Chicago updated its COVID-19 restriction list on Tuesday.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot's office eased travel restrictions on Indiana, Wisconsin and Michigan. The states join 15 other US states, plus Puerto Rico and Washington DC, that are moving into the "yellow tier." This means travelers from these states do not have to quarantine or have negative tests when they arrive to Chicago.
Alaska has moved from the yellow to "orange tier" - which now includes 31 US states. Travelers coming from "orange tier" states must quaratine for 10 days or receive a pre-arrival negative test...
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Wisconsin, Indiana moved down on Chicago's emergency travel order that now exempts vaccinated people

Wisconsin, Indiana moved down on Chicago's emergency travel order that now exempts vaccinated people

8 days ago   |   By Chicago Tribune

Travelers from more than a dozen states and territories, including Illinois neighbors Wisconsin and Indiana, no longer will face COVID-19 test restrictions upon arriving in Chicago under the city's latest travel order update, officials announced Tuesday. Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Washington, Washington, D.C., and Wisconsin will be bumped down from the “orange tier” to the “yellow tier,” according to a statement from the Chicago Department of Public Health.
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Chicago updates COVID travel quarantine order with Indiana, Wisconsin moving to yellow tier

8 days ago   |   By ABC

Chicago announced an update to the city's COVID-19 travel order Tuesday with Indiana and Wisconsin joining a number of states in moving to the yellow tier.
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