Jurisdiction Updates & Vaccination Resources

NEII's Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for the Building Transportation Industry

News Related to COVID-19 from the jurisdictions this week:
  • Alabama: The Safer at Home Order has been extended until 3/5/21
  • California: On 1/25/21, the Regional Stay at Homer Order lifted. This allows counties to return to the Blueprint for a Safer Economy and color-coded tier system. One county is in the moderate tier, 3 counties are in the substantial tier, and the remaining counties are in the widespread tier.
    • California announced this week (1/25) a significant change in COVID vaccine administration. Priority will be individuals age 65 years and older, certain frontline workers (teachers, emergency services/first responders, and agricultural and food sector workers), and individuals residing in vulnerable communities. Following this revised group, California will shift solely to age-based distribution.
  • Hawaii: Self-quarantine has been reduced from 14 days to 10 days for travel or submit a negative test result within 72 hours of final leg of travel to bypass quarantine
  • Illinois: As of 1/26/21, Region 4 is under Tier 2 mitigations, Regions 7-11 are under Tier 1, and Regions 1-3 and 5-6 are under Phase 4 Restrictions
  • Indiana: Moved back into Stage 5 of the Back on Track reopening plan
  • Kansas: Travel restrictions: quarantine length varies depending on COVID-19 testing. Anyone who has traveled outside of the state to a mass gathering of 500 people or more must quarantine
  • Massachusetts: Governor Baker announced on 1/21/21 that he will rescind a previous order that implemented a Stay at Home advisory and curfew
  • Michigan: Eased some restrictions that were in place during the pause
  • New Hampshire: Gov. Sununu extended state of emergency until 2/11/21
  • New Jersey: Travelers should get tested before and after travel and self-isolate
  • North Carolina: Modified stay-at-home order which establishes a curfew from 10pm – 5am has been extended through 2/28/21
  • Ohio: Gov. DeWine issued a curfew from 10pm – 5am has been extended until 1/30/21
  • Pennsylvania: The state will not reestablish the phased color-coded reopening plan used previously in the pandemic. Travel restrictions include a required negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of entering the commonwealth or quarantine for 10 days
  • Virginia: Modified stay at home order requiring Virginians to stay at home between 12am and 5am unless for essential purposes has been extended until 2/28/21
  • Washington: As of 1/28/21, Gov. Inslee announced the easing of COVID-19 restrictions that will allow some counties to move into Phase 2 of the Healthy Washington recovery plan
  • Manitoba: Limited changes to existing Public Health Orders take effect 1/22/21 for 3 weeks
  • Nunavut: New restrictions in Arviat as new cases arise
  • Prince Edward Island: Effective 1/23/21, updated post circuit breaker measures are in place. They are expected to be in place until 2/16/21

The information provided in the link above will direct you to state, provincial and other jurisdiction vaccination implementation plans. Each jurisdiction's information is available on NEII's Coronavirus Resources webpage as well.

Please keep in mind that this information is meant to be used as a resource and is not intended as legal guidance. We will continue to send an updated chart to all NEII members every Friday throughout this crisis.

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Throughout these uncertain times, please don’t hesitate to contact your NEII staff with any questions on how the COVID-19 is impacting the elevator industry – or any other issue – by emailing us at

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