Utah issued an Ebola travel advisory over the outbreak.
The Utah Department of Transportation says passengers and drivers can expect to see the following restrictions:No. 1: No cars, bikes or motorized vehicles.
No. 2: No buses.
No: No passengers under 18 years old.
No tobacco, marijuana or any controlled substance.
No glass containers.
No children under 6 years old and under age 4 on any vehicle.
No outdoor shopping.
No vehicles without an operator.
No large groups of people.
No alcohol or drugs.
No large gatherings of more than six people.
No drinking or driving.
No other open container food or beverages.
No carrying bags or containers with food.
No public transportation.
No commercial aircraft.
No drones or similar aerial devices.
No people in contact with or in the vicinity of infected individuals or persons.
No persons wearing masks.
No travelers traveling from out-of-state.
No unaccompanied minors, and no minors who are homeless or under 18.
No passenger boarding a vehicle in the state without a valid Utah driver’s license.
Utah also issued a travel advisory in conjunction with the state’s health department.
The department says the state does not require passengers to have a medical or health insurance.
It also says no one under 18 is allowed to ride in any vehicle on the state road system.
Travelers traveling with passengers younger than 18 are required to wear masks and are prohibited from touching people who have been infected, the department said.
Utah also issued an advisory over Ebola outbreaks in the US, Europe and Canada.
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