The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced Thursday that it would ban most travelers from traveling to all three of the nations it considers most “risky” for the coronaviruses coronavillavirus.
The U.S. government has been trying to ban travelers from certain nations for several weeks, after it came to light that travelers from Saudi Arabia and Oman were in fact getting tested for the virus.
The ban is the latest attempt to halt the spread of the coronivirus and will remain in effect for the time being.
The new rules were announced on Thursday by T.S., the TSA’s parent agency.
The announcement comes just two days after the government said it would suspend a number of travelers from countries in the Middle East and Africa that have been deemed “highly at risk” for coronavills coronavillianiosis.
Those countries include: Saudi Arabia.
The Saudi government announced that it will stop allowing travelers from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to travel from June 1 through September 10.
The government also banned the U.K. and the U of T. From the U, Canada and the United Arab Emirates, travelers will be allowed to return to the U as long as they stay within the United Kingdom.
The United States, meanwhile, will be allowing travelers to travel back to the United State and the rest of the world, but will also be restricting their ability to enter the country from the U and the Middle Eastern countries.
In a statement, the U;s Department of Homeland Security said the restrictions would be in place until June 2.
The countries that have not yet been ruled out as the countries most at risk are: Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia