On March 12, we shared guidance from Madison & Dane County Public Health advising residents to self-quarantine for 14 days if they had traveled to areas with coronavirus (Level 2 and 3 countries with widespread illness and domestic travel to states with more than 10 cases). 

We have a new update today: Madison & Dane County Public Health is now recommending people postpone or cancel nonessential travel to areas with community transmission of coronavirus. This includes both international travel  to Level 2 and 3 countries with widespread illness and domestic travel to states with community transmission .

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updates this information daily. If travel is essential, Public Health recommends a 14-day self-quarantine upon your return. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has more information about how to self-quarantine .