CHICAGO - More states are dropping off the City of Chicago's COVID-19 travel advisory.
The city's list is meant to give residents guidance on where it is safe to travel, and what to do if they do have to go to a high-risk area.
The full list currently includes 41 states and two territories. Chicago said that eight more states and territories could come off the list next week: Alabama, New Jersey, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and the Virgin Islands.
Chicago recommends that if you have to travel to a high-risk state, you should be tested before and after and quarantine when you return home to Chicago.