Wisconsin has been added to Ohio's travel advisory, over a rising positivity rate of the coronavirus.
Ohio's Gov. Mike DeWine tweeted the news on Wednesday. The advisory asks anyone entering Ohio from any state listed to self-quarantine for 14 days.
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The advisory is for both leisure and business travel.
South Dakota, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Mississippi were also added to the advisory.
Wisconsin has reported an increase in COVID-19 cases. As of Thursday morning, there were 122,274 cases and 1,327 deaths.