On August 6, the Governor signed Executive Order 20-192. Read Executive Order 20-192 here.
Executive Order 20-192 addresses short-term vacation rentals and rescinds the travel restrictions for the tri-state area: New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. People from those areas had been advised to self-quarantine for two weeks.
The Executive Order also rescinds the previous employee screening requirements for restaurant employees. This means employees who have previously tested positive do not need to receive two negative tests before they can come back to work. Employers are required only to implement screening protocols pursuant to CDC guidance. The Executive Order also removes the requirement that employees who have traveled through an airport in the last 14 days be prohibited from working in a restaurant.