Two weeks ago, amid the coronavirus pandemic, about 70 students from the University of Texas at Austin partied in Mexico on spring break.
The president says the United States will help people who are sick and stuck on a cruise ship that has been stranded for weeks after an outbreak of COVID-19.
While most Carnival cruises are only canceled through May 11, particular sailings that dated further out are being canceled. For example, all San Francisco sailings are canceled through the rest of the year.
Currently, 28 young adults on this trip have tested positive for COVID-19 and dozens more are under public health investigation.
Abbott has now changed the mandatory self-quarantine to include travelers coming from Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Miami and the states of California, Louisiana and Washington.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis doesn't want a cruise ship where four people died and others are sick to dock in his state, saying Monday that the state does not have the capacity to treat outsiders.
Delta Air Lines is offering free flights to medical volunteers who want to assist crews in COVID-19 hot spots.
DPS troopers are stationed at all Texas airports to enforce this executive order, including at Austin Bergstrom International Airport.
A 14-day travel restriction has been issued for New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut in an effort to contain the spread of coronavirus.
A Dutch cruise liner announced the death of four of its passengers Friday who apparently contracted COVID-19 aboard the ship.
White House officials are asking people who travel from New York to self-quarantine for 14 days to stop the spread of coronavirus.
Gov. Ron DeSantis has refused to follow the lead of other states that have issued broad shutdowns to control the spread of the novel coronavirus.
There are currently no COVID-19 testing kits available to “determine the cause of these elevated cases at this time.”
An employee at Hollywood Burbank Airport has tested positive for the coronavirus, officials confirmed Monday.
The government has banned gatherings of more than 50 people and the group says just about everything has been shut down. They say they want to get back on U.S. soil, as soon as possible in case things “escalate.”
The FAA has lifted a brief suspension of flights to New York and Philadelphia because of coronavirus-related staffing issues.
By the time they made the 14-hour bus trip from Cajamarca to Lima so they could fly back, they were too late. Peru implemented a travel ban.
Airlines are slashing flights, offering change fee waivers to customers as they experience a sharp drop in bookings in the face of the spreading coronavirus.
Southwest says they will continue to assess the demand for their service with the goal of canceling flights that have alternative options and that affect the fewest number of travelers.
A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) technician who works in the air traffic control tower at John F. Kennedy International Airport tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.