Travelers traveling to Colorado must now comply with state and local travel restrictions.
The restrictions come in response to an outbreak of the coronavirus that has sickened at least 13 people in Colorado, and prompted President Obama to declare a state of emergency.
The state has been under a state-wide lockdown for weeks, and has banned some travel to major tourist destinations like Grand Junction and Denver International Airport.
Travelers can also no longer bring children and pets into the state.
Colombia is also now subject to a travel ban.
The government says travelers from the country’s second-largest economy, Colombia, should expect travel restrictions to remain in effect for a period of two weeks.
Travelers can still check in at any of the nation’s airports.
But those traveling to Colombia must stay at least 10 miles from major airports.
That includes the major cities of Bogota and La Paz, which are considered major transit hubs.
There are also restrictions in place for other travel to Cuba, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela, and Panama.
And travelers from South America, like Argentina and Uruguay, can expect restrictions in the coming weeks.
For more information on travel restrictions in your state, visit the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.