(CNN)Utah Gov. Gary Herbert issued an executive order Thursday requiring adults entering the state to disclose their travel plans in the latest state-led crackdown on domestic travel amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.The order, which goes into effect Friday morning, applies to all adults regardless of how they enter the state. The governor’s office said Thursday visitors will get instructions on how to register their travel plans via an automatic text message when they arrive in the state. “I am impressed with the extraordinary things that Utahns are doing each day to help one another stay safe and stay home. In recent days, however, we have seen an uptick in travel on our roads,” Herbert said in a statement.”We need to limit our travel to essential purposes only. Our goal is to trace potential cases of Covid-19 in inbound travelers.”The order comes as the number of known coronavirus cases in the US surges past 454,000 with at least 16,200 deaths as of Thursday evening. In Utah alone, there are some 1,848 cases with 13 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Other states have also put into effect measures to limit travelers to their states. Texas has a mandatory 14-day


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