New York’s restrictions on travel are still in place until Monday, with more to come.NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Monday that all travelers to the city will need to go through a fingerprinting and background check at the airport, along with a face-to-face interview.
The city’s airport security has already increased from its current capacity of nearly 4,500 to more than 5,000.
The state of New York has also expanded its passport verification process, allowing residents to submit a copy of their passport to the state for review and processing.
The state has not yet said how many people will be required to submit their passports for verification.
The New York Department of Homeland Security said the city has not had to do anything to implement the restrictions, and that New York City’s public safety and emergency preparedness teams will continue to work to ensure public safety in the city.
New York City has been without a direct flight to the United States since March of last year, when it became the first U.S. city to impose a travel ban on all citizens.
That was a reversal from previous restrictions, which had been in place since the end of World War II.
New York imposed a total ban on flights to the U.K. in December of last of the last decade.
Since the ban on travel to the European Union began in March of 2018, the U,K.
has allowed travelers to travel through airports in the U