Alaska and Montana have been added to New York's 14-day travel quarantine, Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday said.

No states or territories were removed from the list, which requires out-of-state travelers to isolate for two weeks after entering New York. 

New York's infection rate remains below 1 percent and has been for the last 25 days. 

"As we continue to pursue a phased, data driven reopening, the number of areas that remain on New York's travel advisory is a stark reminder of the continued extent of the COVID-19 crisis throughout the nation," Cuomo said.

"Our ability to protect our state and fight the virus begins with what we do here at home, and that's why it's so important that New Yorkers wear masks, socially distance and wash their hands, and why local governments need to enforce state guidance. Everyone stay safe and be New York Tough, and we will get through this together."

Three people have died of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, Cuomo said. ​New York confirmed 754 new cases of COVID-19, an infection rate of 0.98 percent out 76,997 test results.