Louisiana is on a four-day travel advisory that will include a stop in Houston and a weekend stop in Pensacola.
Louisiana is also on a travel advisory to travel to Florida, Georgia and Texas.
Louisiana Travel Advisory issued today for the states of Louisiana and Alabama.
pic.twitter.com/QkP6dzD0pELouisiana travel warning issued today to Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, South Carolina, Alabama and Tennessee.
pic,twitter.net/JfPqHf0x1b Louisiana travel warning to Louisiana: pic.com.twitter,com/fZj4zWVh3N Louisiana travel alert issued today: Louisiana will be on a state-wide travel advisory from Tuesday through Friday.
The state is expected to be on the front lines of the Ebola crisis.
Louisiana travel is not expected to change much.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards issued the travel advisory on Monday after the governor’s office and the Louisiana Department of Health said the state was on a “watch list” for the virus.
Louisiana has been on the national travel alert since Thursday, when the governor declared a state of emergency in response to the Ebola outbreak.
More:Louisiana is on the “watch” list for the Ebola virus.
@GovEdwardsOffice said Thursday that the state is on “the highest level of active watch” for an outbreak.
John Bel Edwards, center, speaks with reporters as Louisiana Govs.
John Albers, left, and Jay Cullen, right, discuss the state of health in Baton Rouge, La., on Oct. 15.
(AP Photo/David Goldman)Louisiana Gov.
Mary Parris issued a statement Thursday evening saying the state’s health department has been “operating in a state and countywide lockdown” since Oct. 7 and that officials are monitoring the virus closely and “working to implement an effective response plan that will help protect Louisianaians.”
The state has been under a state emergency declaration since Nov. 18.
Louisiana State Police say an Ebola patient is being treated at an isolation unit in the University of Louisiana Health Sciences Center.
On Thursday, the governor issued an additional travel advisory saying Louisiana residents should check with their health care providers about any new restrictions they may face, including travel restrictions for those visiting from out of state.
The governor has said he is not considering restricting travel to Louisiana.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.