A travel ban is set to go into effect tomorrow in Vermont.
Residents are being told to avoid the area and avoid getting lost, and to make sure they have a GPS and cellphone.
The ban will apply to the entire Vermont area, but residents will still be allowed to travel in the areas of Westport, Woodbridge, and the Town of Vermont, where the county office is located.
The county office has been closed since October, but the county is expected to reopen at 7 a.m. tomorrow.
The ban will affect the following areas:Westport: Westport County is closed until further notice.
It will remain closed until at least the weekend.
Vermont: Vermont County is not open.
Residents may still get in, but they will be restricted to the area of Woodbridge and the Towns of Vermont and Westport.
Residents will be allowed in the Town, which is located near the Vermont Bridge and is located between the Town and the Vermmont County Courthouse.
The Vermont Police Department says that residents are being asked to not get into or out of the town and to not travel within 100 feet of the county offices.
Residents of the Town should have a backup plan in place if they’re not sure where they are.
The travel restrictions are part of a regional travel ban.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, travelers from the seven affected countries are subject to the same restrictions as other travelers in the United States.
They can apply for a visa through a U.S. consulate or U.N. refugee agency.
The State Department says travelers from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen must leave the country before arriving in the U.K. to get their visas.