CHICAGO (KWWL) -- The city of Chicago has removed Iowa from its emergency travel order.
Under that order, Iowans traveling to Chicago were asked to quarantine upon arrival for at least 14 days when they got there. Iowa was removed from the city's quarantine list on Aug. 11.
Kansas and Utah were also removed from Chicago's list.
States can only be removed if the number of cases per 100,000 falls under 15 for 14 straight days.
Iowa was first put on the list back on July 14.
According to stats released by the city of Chicago, Nebraska and Wisconsin could fall off the list next.
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