How to avoid the CT Travel Restrictions
The restrictions have caused many people to postpone vacation plans, and some have also been forced to cancel their plans.
Here are a few tips for getting around the travel restrictions.
Connecticut is one of the most popular destinations for holidaymakers, with more than 12 million travelers visiting the state in 2016.
But a new state law requires everyone in Connecticut to wear face coverings when traveling to or from the state.
While it’s unclear exactly what will happen with the new restrictions, there are a couple of things you can do to avoid getting a ticket or having your flight cancelled.
Connectics travel restrictionsThe following states have a travel ban for the entire state:New Hampshire, New Jersey, Vermont, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.
These states are located just outside the New England states of New York and New Jersey.
New Hampshire’s ban is effective January 1, 2019, and New York’s is effective July 1, 2020.
Travel restrictions are still in place in some of the other states, including Connecticut, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.
The following travel destinations are subject to restrictions:New York State, Hawaii, Alaska, Hawaii and Hawaii territories.
Connectia has also added restrictions to a number of major highways, including the New York State Thruway, Interstate 95 and Interstate 95/101.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has been the driving force behind the new laws, but has been criticized for the measures.
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