Isn't it a little much having to quarantine if you come into New Jersey from a different state?  However, after that huge amount of COVID-19 cases that were confirmed when this all first started it is only right to try to protect us all. Things are starting to get even more interesting. If that's even possible.

It has been reported by NJ.com that anyone that is flying into New Jersey from a state that has been getting a lot of cases of the coronavirus will have to take a survey. If you are unaware, it is 22 different states that have been told to self-quarantine when flying into the state of New Jersey.

NJ.com mentioned that the flight attendants will ask all passengers coming to New Jersey  quarantine for 14 days as well as fill out a form that will ask "where they’re traveling from, their residence, and their destination."

This survey will take effect starting Monday, July 20.

Passengers will have 3 different ways to access the survey. The different ways include texting NJTRAVEL to 898211, going to covid19.nj.gov/njtravel, or scanning a QR code on airport posters.

The interesting part about all of this is that people traveling from the 22 states that have high amounts of COVID-19 cases "should" self-quarantine for 14 days. Will people actually do it? Let's be real, more than likely not unless they actually live in New Jersey, New York, or Connecticut.

Do you think a lot of people will actually take their time and fill out the survey? People don't want to wear a mask to protect themselves let alone take the time to fill out the survey. Well, maybe some will.

According to NJ.com, Governor Murphy has said that the Garden State will not enforce the self-quarantine even though the state can "go after" people that do not want to self-quarantine when coming from a state has had a rise on COVID-19 cases.