Out-of-state travelers no longer need to quarantine starting Friday

Gov. Mark Gordon (R) Wyoming, speaks at a press conference Wednesday.
Gov. Mark Gordon (R) Wyoming, speaks at a press conference Wednesday.(KCWY)
Published: May. 7, 2020 at 6:24 PM CDT
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Starting Friday, people traveling to Wyoming from other states will not have to quarantine for 14 days.

Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon announced Thursday he’s letting the state’s health order expire requiring people from out-of-state quarantine.

“While that allows out-of-state travel to resume. We are also asking people to do that judiciously,” Gordon said.

He also announced Wyoming Game and Fish will start selling out-of-state fishing licenses.

It will also be extending spring turkey season by 11 days to May 31.

Gordon also announced the state is likely to allow indoor dining in restaurants and bars to resume across the state May 15 when another COVID-19 health order expires. Restrictions will be similar to ones outlined in county variances granted by the state.

He also said the state may reduce restrictions on personal services businesses, hair salons, tattoo parlors and cosmetology businesses.