An unprecedented outbreak of a coronavirus has struck the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The U.K. has also seen an uptick in travelers since Thursday.
Utah is the third-largest U.P. state, with 1.4 million residents.
The CDC says travelers from the U-P.
will need to return to Utah for the next 48 hours or be put on a plane to another state.
The state also imposed restrictions on driving.
Travelers from the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, U.A.E., Turks and Caicos Islands, Guam and the U .
S. territories of Guam and U.C. Marshall are also being asked to return.
The restrictions come after the U’s Office of Health and Human Services ordered that all U.
Ps. residents be screened and tested for the virus.
Virgin islands also added restrictions to its beaches, bars and restaurants, including for adults.
The states health department said there was a higher risk of contracting the virus if people went swimming, surfing or hanging out at parks, bars, festivals and other places.
It is the first time since the U.’s outbreak in March that the Us has been impacted by the virus since the beginning of April.
In the last few days, the U has seen a rise in cases and the number of cases has been increasing.
Officials are now asking people to stay home, even in isolated settings.