What you need to know about travel restrictions
Travel restrictions are in effect in the United States for a large swath of the nation and are not changing.
This is a big deal, so we are updating the map to better show where restrictions are.
Here’s what you need today:Travel RestrictionsTravel restrictions are the mainstay of the US travel experience, and they vary widely depending on the state.
You should consider when you go out and when you stay in your area.
Here are some tips to consider when traveling:When you plan to visit family or friends, check in at your hotel.
They may not allow you to bring more than a few items, and the restrictions may be stricter for travelers staying at home.
When you arrive at a destination, be aware that some places are more restrictive than others.
For example, you may need to show a photo ID to enter some places, or your passport may be taken away if you are stopped for an in-person inspection.
You may need a photo identification for a certain purpose, such as getting into certain government facilities, or for a special event.
The Department of Homeland Security says people who do not have a passport will need to have one at the airport.
They say they do not know the extent to which travelers may need this.
Some airlines may ask passengers with a passport to present it at the check-in counter.
For more information on passport requirements, see the DHS website.
You can get a refund for a travel reservation, or apply for a refund from a travel agency.
You may be asked to present proof of identification.
You can also get a receipt or a letter of credit for an amount you paid or are due.
If you’re not able to pay, you can ask for a cancellation notice.
You’ll want to be cautious if you have to travel abroad.
For instance, there’s no TSA to check.
It’s up to you to know where you can and cannot fly, but you should avoid traveling to countries where you may be at risk of being detained by the U.S. government.
If your travel plans involve business or social activities, like family gatherings or vacations, it’s worth visiting with your family first.
Travel restrictions may vary depending on where you are.
If there are restrictions in your home state, you’ll need to visit the state’s office of transportation to check in.
If it’s a travel restriction, you might have to show your passport at the TSA check-In counter.
The state office of homeland security also posts information on what to do when you can’t get through security checkpoints.
If you need help navigating the restrictions, there are resources on the U