A public travel advisory was issued in Maryland urging residents not to travel to Florida, among several other states, because of high COVID-19 cases.

The advisory warns Maryland residents to avoid non-essential travel to states with a high positivity rate, including Florida, Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Carolina, and Texas.

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Visitors waiting for their test results should stay at home between the time of their test and their arrival in Maryland or to self-quarantine at their hotel.

Maryland Department of Health

The advisory includes a link to map of the U.S. by the CDC showing COVID-19 tests performed by the state, with Florida showing an 11 to 20% positivity rate out of 5,201,356 tests.

The advisory also encourages out-of-state visitors, including those from Florida, to get tested at least 72-hours before their trip, canceling if need be, as well as getting tested and quarantining upon arrival until they receive clear test results.

The Bahamas also issued a ban on all U.S. travel last week.