There's conflicting reports on that. This site says:Also, the 14 day quarantine for NJ residents was extended past July 7 and now has no official end date: https://www.wdwinfo.com/news-stories/travelers-entering-florida-from-ct-ny-or-nj-must-continue-to-self-quarantine-for-14-days/
Until they get their act together and give either 1) a consistant response from the health department or 2) an official announcement from the governor it would be silly to risk going if your reservation could be considered invalid.There's conflicting reports on that. This site says:
We reached out to the Florida Department of Health for clarification, and they said that the Tri-State travel restrictions are currently set to expire on July 7, 2020.
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Agreed, the state really needs to clearly answer this for the many people with plans during this time.Until they get their act together and give either 1) a consistant response from the health department or 2) an official announcement from the governor it would be silly to risk going if your reservation could be considered invalid.
YES! I completely agree. This is talked about quite a bit in NJAgreed, the state really needs to clearly answer this for the many people with plans during this time.
And while they're at it, they can explain why the tri-state is still on the list when all of their numbers are significantly better than most states. With the way the numbers are headed, I'm almost more worried that NJ will eventually restrict travel to FL...
I am very confident the restrictions will be lifted by then. I’m planning a trip in August, and while I’ll be monitoring the COVID19 situation for my own risk assessment, I doubt FL will have any measures in place that would keep me out. Reopening seems to have become a political issue more than a public health issue, and there are lots of people who won’t tolerate any restrictions again, no matter what the hospitalization or death rates look like. Maybe I’m wrong, but it looks like once things are open, they’re open period.We are planning on driving from NJ to WDW in late July, but switching from i95 to 75 in Georgia. I was told by several CM's (had to ask multiple since we all know answers vary) and they said no one will be turned away from these states by WDW. And they too said its silly considering NJ is in a much better place than FL...