New Jersey has fully lifted its pandemic-related travel restrictions and quarantine requirements, Gov. Phil Murphy announced on May 17.
These new rules go into effect immediately, after the quarantine requirements were dropped for fully vaccinated New Jerseyans. Those mirrored similar guidelines put out by the CDC that fully vaccinated people can freely travel across the nation without testing or self-quarantine.
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