Can dentists in Connecticut schedule and treat patients from a neighboring hot spot state?
Yes, Connecticut’s travel advisory does not apply to an individual traveling from a hotspot state who is remaining in Connecticut for less than twenty-four hours.
For further information and FAQs on Connecticut’s Travel Advisory, visit portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus/travel
HR Questions Surface in Response to Governor’s Mandatory Self-Quarantine Order
On October 29, 2020, pursuant to Governor Lamont’s Executive Order 9I, DPH Acting Commissioner Gifford issued a modified travel advisory regarding self-quarantine and travel health form requirements. All travelers arriving from states with high COVID-19 infection rates must quarantine for 14 days. In addition, travelers are required to complete a Travel Health Form prior to or no later than upon the day of arrival in Connecticut to the Department of Public Health.
As the holidays are approaching, questions have been raised regarding how this mandatory self-quarantine order will impact dental practices. We have compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions, to help you understand the requirements.
Download the Quarantine FAQ