Utah has strict travel restrictions for citizens who have traveled to Mexico or Central America in the past five years.
Those restrictions were implemented in 2016, according to a Utah Department of Health release.
Those with valid travel documents, such as passports, will be able to visit Mexico and Central America without a visa, while anyone who has been convicted of a drug crime will need to have their U.S. visa revoked, according the release.
Utah residents will not be able visit a medical facility in Mexico without a waiver, but residents of other states can, according an advisory.
For Utah residents, the state has also imposed a visa ban for anyone who is not a U.N. peacekeeper.