What you need to know about the New York City travel restrictions
NY: New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Wednesday that the city will be limiting all travelers to New York state on the first Sunday of September.
The new restrictions will take effect at midnight on Monday.
Cuomo also announced that he would be holding a national emergency summit on September 22.
Travel to New Jersey will be suspended from Sunday through Thursday.
Hawaii: The Hawaii Department of Health announced on Monday that all tourists will be subject to restrictions on travel to and from Hawaii.
All international flights will be prohibited between New York and Honolulu.
Mexico: The Mexican government has imposed travel restrictions on all major cities and towns.
Those cities and cities have limited or no public transportation.
Those traveling to and through the United States without valid visas will be denied entry to Mexico.
Norway: The Norwegian government announced on Sunday that all passengers will be restricted to their hotel rooms during the duration of the city of Oslo’s ban on travel on September 18.
The ban will not apply to passengers arriving in Norway from any other country.
Poland: The Polish government has ordered all passengers traveling to or from Poland to stay in their hotel until 9 p.m. local time on Monday, September 20.
Passengers will be allowed to leave the country if they have a valid passport.
Russia: Russia’s transportation minister said on Monday night that all flights from and to Moscow would be limited to six people and will not be allowed on September 19.
The restriction applies to flights from or to Moscow’s international airport, as well as the Moscow-Tbilisi-St. Petersburg-Cherkessia-Krasnodar-Kursk highway.
South Korea: The South Korean government has announced that all travelers will be banned from entering the country between September 22 and October 5.
The restrictions will not affect people traveling to the country for business or pleasure.
Taiwan: The Ministry of Transport and Tourism announced on Tuesday that all residents of Taiwan will be able to enter the country during the restricted period.
The government has also said that passengers traveling between Taipei and New Taipei will not have to wait for authorities to release them to their hotels.
United Kingdom: The United Kingdom has suspended all international flights between London and Edinburgh on September 25.
The country will also restrict all flights between Liverpool and Glasgow on Monday to Thursday.
Travel will be permitted to and within the UK between September 24 and the end of September, but will be limited.
Uruguay: The government of Uruguay has ordered a travel ban on the city’s streets and on public transportation between Monday and September 22, affecting all passengers from September 22 to November 10.
Venezuela: Venezuela’s government has banned all flights in and out of the country and is requiring all airlines to stop operations at all airports.
Travelers will not see the airport, but they will be told that they must leave.
Western Sahara: The region’s government on Monday ordered that all citizens of the region be allowed in but have no access to public transportation for the next seven days.