Travelers are being urged to stay away from Florida because of a travel ban.
The Department of Homeland Security has placed restrictions on travelers coming to the Sunshine State.
The temporary travel restrictions will take effect on March 16, and include Florida’s largest airport, Miami International.
It also affects the state’s airports, including the Orlando airport, which will close for a period of two weeks.
The Florida Department of Transportation announced in March that it would begin issuing new travel advisories on March 17, and the department will start issuing advisories at the end of the week.
While there are other states that will not be impacted, Florida has become the largest destination for those looking to travel internationally and the third-largest destination for travelers traveling on domestic airlines.
The state is currently hosting the 2020 Olympics and the 2017 Super Bowl, as well as the 2016 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
Florida has been under a state of emergency for more than a year after Hurricanes Irma and Maria hit the state.
The federal government has suspended all federal funding to states affected by the hurricanes.