A few days ago, Michigan became the latest state to make travel restrictions mandatory for those traveling through its borders.
As of Wednesday morning, travelers traveling to and from the U.S. from Michigan will need to wear face masks and avoid wearing hats.
The restrictions will apply to Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, New York, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Washington.
Michigan is the sixth state to enforce the restrictions.
The Michigan Department of Transportation says the restrictions are necessary to protect the public from possible air travel violations.
The restrictions apply to all passengers, including those traveling from Michigan to any other state, and the Michigan Department will update the map on its website every hour as to where these restrictions are in effect.
Michigan Secretary of Transportation Stephanie Pollack said the new restrictions will be in place starting at 6 a.m.
ET on Wednesday.
The Department of Agriculture says it will continue to monitor the health effects of the new regulations.
The new restrictions are scheduled to go into effect on Friday, Dec. 1.