Travelers should wash their hands with soap and water after entering the state of Texas.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends disinfectant wipes for travelers, including those with water-based disinfectants.
If they are not disinfectant, they should be used.
The water must be filtered or treated and then reused.
The CDC also recommends people wash their feet before and after leaving the country.
The agency recommends wearing gloves when cleaning the feet.
It’s also important to disinfect water before and at the end of the trip.
Water must be purified before being used and must not be contaminated with harmful substances.
The U.N. has warned of water-borne disease in Texas in recent months, citing the state’s severe drought.
The city of Houston and the state have reported more than 3,200 cases of salmonella since July 1, the latest numbers available.
The Texas Department of State Health Services said Monday that 1,936 cases of coronavirus have been reported in the state since the start of the pandemic.
The state has reported 1,700 cases.