There are a variety of restrictions on where people can go, how much they can travel and what they can bring into the state.
Travelers who have a medical condition, or who have traveled to more than one state in the past five years are also barred from the state, though people with no health condition may be allowed in.
There are also other restrictions that can limit how much people can travel.
For instance, anyone with a medical diagnosis that could cause a condition, such as a cancer or a heart condition, is barred from flying.
And anyone who has visited a medical facility that has been approved by the state is also banned from flying, even if they have an approved health care provider on the plane.
People who have no health conditions or no travel history are also banned in the state from traveling to areas with a high number of wildfires or other natural disasters.
There are no restrictions on people who have visited a doctor, dentist or other health care professional since November 1.
Maryland’s Department of Health and Human Services has released guidelines for the state’s travel restrictions.
The department’s travel restriction lists the following areas as possible high-risk areas:Baltimore County, Northern Maryland, Northern Virginia, Western Maryland, Western Pennsylvania, Northern and Central Virginia.