Ports of Florida and the United States Coast Guard have banned all passenger vessels from carrying goods in and out of ports and warehouses where containers will be held for shipment to or from the U.S. and other countries, except through a special cargo port, until further notice.
The Coast Guard says the ban will help reduce the number of containers found on the U,S.
West Coast and increase the amount of freight handled.
It also applies to cargo held in a warehouse in a port where cargo has been shipped, even if it is not shipped to or into the U to be shipped to the U or any other country.
But the ban also applies in ports and facilities owned or operated by foreign governments, including the U., Canada and Mexico.
In addition, a few states, including Florida, Louisiana and New York, have temporarily banned container shipping to the continental U.s. because of the outbreak.
Cargo holding facilities and terminals are located in Florida and in ports in Louisiana and the U