In another instance of Democrat panic over the coronavirus, three Democrat states have put Ohio on their travel restriction list.
Ohio has been on and off the list of travel restrictions, but was added again on Tuesday due to a rising positive infection rate in the state.
Anyone who fails to comply with the travel advisory mandate could face a mandatory quarantine and a $2,000 fine.
According to the New York Department of Health, the list of travel restrictions is based on a seven-day rolling average of positive tests in excess of 10%.
As of Wednesday morning, the Department of Health said that 5,017 Ohio residents have died from COVID, and at least 171,626 cases have been reported in the state since the beginning of the pandemic.
Travel restrictions instituted by Democrat states have severely impacted the economy, and various businesses. One major example was reported by Reuters, who announced that United Airlines reservations have declined due to these restrictions:
United Airlines warned employees that a surge in outbreaks was hitting bookings. United’s reservations began to slide after New York, New Jersey and Connecticut announced travel restrictions https://t.co/xFvpWWRqeI pic.twitter.com/et0ehsBHUe
— Reuters (@Reuters) July 7, 2020