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

News Related to COVID-19 from the jurisdictions this week:
  • Connecticut: The state will now require all travelers to complete the Connecticut Travel Health Form and self-quarantine for a period of 10 days or until a negative COVID-19 test result
  • Illinois: As of 2/3/21, Region 4 is under Tier 2 mitigations, Regions 8-9 are under Tier 1 mitigations, and Regions 1-3, 5, and 10-11 are in Phase 4
  • Nebraska: Currently in the Green phase. This is the last phase of the DHM reopening plan. Essentially all business restrictions have been lifted.
  • New Mexico: As of 1/27/21, 7 counties in Yellow tier, 1 county in Green (least restrictive) tier, and all other counties are in the red. Next update is 2/10/21
  • New York: announced Monday that beginning 2/15/21, individuals of any age with designated co-morbidities or underlying health conditions will be eligible for vaccination.
  • North Dakota: As of 1/29/21, every county is in the Green/low risk phase
  • Ohio: Curfew amended to 11pm-5am starting 1/28/21
  • Washington: The West and Puget Sound Regions will move to Phase 2 effective 2/1/21. The remaining regions will remain in Phase 1.
  • Alberta: As of 2/8/21, Step 1 changes come into effect to ease some restrictions. All other restrictions remain in effect.
  • British Columbia: Individuals and business must significantly reduce social interactions and travel. This order was extended on 2/5/21
  • New Brunswick: Zones 2,3,5,6, & 7 are currently in the orange level. Zone 1 (Moncton region) is currently in the Red level. Zone 4 (Edmundston region) is currently in lockdown.
  • Quebec: All regions of Quebec, except Terres-Cries-de-la-Baie-James and Nunavik, are under confinement until 2/7/21. As of 2/8/21, some easing of the measures in force will be applied in all regions.

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.

Do you have information on a jurisdiction that we don’t have? Help us to keep everyone informed - send a link to info@neii.org.

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 info@neii.org.

 
 
 
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