Travel restrictions are still in place in the state and travel is limited in some areas, including Connecticut.
The new travel restrictions are not the only things that are still limited, however.
What you need to know about the travel ban in Connecticut: 1.
New travel restrictions will affect the following areas:1.
Hartford and Waterbury1.
West Hartford1: Hartford – New York1: New York – New Jersey1: Boston1: Washington DC1: Miami1: Orlando1: Seattle1: Dallas1: Fort Lauderdale1: Chicago1: Detroit1: San Antonio1: Austin1: Houston1: St Louis1: Milwaukee1: Minneapolis1: Omaha1: Las Vegas1: Phoenix1: Albuquerque1: Tucson1: Mesa1: Los Angeles1: Portland, OR1: El Paso1: Fresno1: Grand Junction1: Laredo1: McAllen1: Tulsa1: Flagstaff1: Pueblo1.
Las Vegas – New Mexico1: Santa Fe1: Salt Lake City1: Amarillo1: Boulder1: Colorado Springs1: Reno1: Denver1: Littleton1: Boise1: Yuma1: Idaho1: North Idaho1.
Los Angeles – Arizona1: Anaheim1: Bakersfield1: Burbank1: Chico1: Davis1: Durango1: Eagle Mountain1: Fremont1: Glendale1: Hillsboro1: Irvine1: Inglewood1: Lakewood1.
Long Beach1: Modesto1 1: Los Altos1: Monterey1: Mission Viejo1: Oakland1: Orange County1: Pleasanton1: Rancho Santa Margarita1: Sacramento1: Riverside1: Scottsdale1: Simi Valley1: Stockton1.
Yuma 1: Yavapai1: Prescott 1: San Diego1: Tempe1: Victorville1: Waco1: Weatherford1: West Covina1: Yakima1: Yosemite1: Arizona State1: University of Utah1: Brigham Young1: Utah State1.
California – California1: Berkeley1: Palo Alto1: Pasadena1: Hayward1: Hawthorne1: Huntington Beach1.
Stockton 1: Vallejo1.
Walnut Creek1: Woodland Park1: Windsor