A number of travel restrictions have been imposed in Kentucky as a result of the state’s ongoing outbreak of the coronavirus.
The restrictions are set to begin on Monday, the same day that the State Department of Health will release a revised travel advisory for Kentucky.
Kentucky is currently in the third phase of a statewide quarantine and is under quarantine for the third time since April 10.
A total of 7,957 confirmed cases of the virus have been reported.
Kentucky has now had more than 1,300 confirmed cases.
The state has imposed the statewide travel restriction in the state capital of Lexington, as well as in the surrounding areas.
In addition, Kentuckians will be required to wear face coverings to go about their daily lives.
The restriction is scheduled to begin Monday and will last until June 6.
The restrictions are also affecting the travel of visitors to Kentucky and visitors to neighboring states, including Ohio and Tennessee.
Travelers to Ohio have been issued an advisory for the state of Kentucky to begin a limited travel ban.
Travelers to Tennessee are also being asked to avoid travel to the state for a week.
As of Monday night, Kentucky was in the midst of a nationwide quarantine for people who have traveled to countries affected by the virus, including Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone.
People who do not have a valid travel document will be asked to obtain one from a public health official in order to travel.
However, it is not yet clear if this information will be distributed to all travelers who travel to Kentucky.
Additionally, Kentucky’s Department of Public Health and the Kentucky Department of Transportation are continuing to assess the health impacts of the new restrictions and will make any changes necessary as the situation develops.