Maryland’s travel ban will go into full effect tomorrow, according to a new advisory from the Department of Homeland Security.
Larry Hogan issued a proclamation Sunday evening declaring the travel restrictions effective Monday morning.
The state’s proclamation states the ban will be in effect until further notice, which is expected to happen on Monday, April 11.
The proclamation also states the state will not issue visas to citizens of six countries.
The proclamation also directs the Maryland Department of Public Safety to implement additional security measures to reduce the number of people arriving in the state, including the implementation of a new airport security checkpoint, new border patrol officers, and a more stringent monitoring program for travelers from those countries.
More:Maryland bans immigrants from six Muslim-majority countries from entering the state.