The island of Ireland has issued travel restrictions for visitors and residents to the US and Canada, including those visiting Ma’s tourism hub in the Caribbean.
The island’s tourism authority issued a statement on Monday saying that residents and visitors will not be allowed to travel to any of the countries listed in the US travel restrictions.
The statement said visitors will also not be able to travel into the US, Canada or Mexico, which are countries that have been hit by a wave of hurricanes.
The move comes just weeks after a number of US states, including California, Florida and Texas, imposed travel restrictions on tourists from Puerto Rico, the US territory that was devastated by Hurricane Maria.
In addition to the hurricane-hit territories, the federal government has also barred travel from Puerto Ricans and residents from Florida, Texas and Puerto Rico.
Ma has also banned visitors from Puerto Rican citizens, residents of US territories and those from the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
“It is unfortunate that the Government of Ireland is placing restrictions on tourism and we are very concerned that this could be discriminatory and discriminatory to the many people who have visited the islands over the last several years,” Ma Tourism Minister Gertrude Bouchart said in a statement.
The island has been hit hard by hurricanes Irma and Maria in September, and by Hurricane Matthew in October.
The storms killed at least 12 people, destroyed about half the island’s infrastructure and damaged millions of dollars worth of property.
The storm also killed at the time two people and damaged more than 100,000 homes.
The state of Texas declared a state of emergency on Sunday, which has since been lifted.
Ma has said it is considering taking legal action.