The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has warned that some national parks will be closed on Monday due to coronaviruses, as the virus enters its fifth day in the U.S. The closures include Yellowstone National Park, Grand Canyon National Park and Grand Teton National Park.
In the Grand Canyon, officials are advising people to avoid all but essential travel.
There are also some major parks in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and Utah that will be open only to people who have been diagnosed with coronaviremia, such as the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah.
Officials in the Grand Trestle, Wyoming National Monument are also advising people not to leave the area and to be vigilant.
Here’s a look at some of the parks and monuments where people are still being asked to be careful.
Yellowstone National park in Wyoming, home to the Grand Tetons National Park (top) and Yellowstone River and the Grand Wash National Wildlife Refuge (bottom).
Yellowstone National monument in Wyoming.
Yellowstone River in Wyoming (left) and the Yellowstone River Falls (right).
Grand Temptation National Park in Oregon (left), Yellowstone River National Park near the Grand Terrace, and Grand Teton National Park at the bottom.
Grand Tops National Park south of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Grand Tetonic National Park west of Salt City, Colorado.
Grand Stairs National Monument south of Colorado Springs, Colorado and the Lower Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon of the Gunnison south of Boulder, Colorado, where the Grandfather Mountain National Monument is located.
Grand Terrance National Park east of Fort Collins, Colorado.(Getty Images) Grand Canyon in Colorado.
Yellowstone in Montana.
Grand Yellowstone National Monument east of Grand Junction, Colorado (left).
Grand Tetont National Monument north of Denver, Colorado The Grand Tetron National Park north of Boulder (right) and Grand Canyon (left and right).
Yellowstone in Wyoming.(Getty) Grand Tarn National Park outside of St. Louis, Missouri.
Grand Tuscarora National Park northwest of Phoenix, Arizona.(AP Photo/Miguel Balce Ceneta) Yellowstone National Forest near Yellowstone, Wyoming.
Grand Coulee National Forest in north-central Oregon.
Grand Traverse Bay National Forest west of Port Angeles, Washington.(AP photo/Rick Bowmer) Grand Tetanic National Park on the bottom of Grand Canyon’s South Rim.
Grand Grand Tetan in Idaho.(AP) Grand St. Helens National Seashore in the Pacific Northwest.
Grand Wash in the Rockies.(AP: Jason DeCrow) Grand Terrence National Park off the coast of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.(AP Images) Yellowstone in Colorado, Grand Tetonal in Oregon, and the lower Grand Canyon and Grand Stail on the top of Grand Tetonia.
Grand Lake in Alaska.(AP/Kevin Dietsch) Grand Travers National Park with its namesake lake.
Grand Rapids, Michigan (left); Yellowstone National Lake in Colorado (center).
Grand Tusparagus in Oregon; Yellowstone’s lower Grand Traits National Park along the lower South Rim of Grand Trails National Park.(AP, Kevin Dietscher) Grand Central Station in New York City.(AP photos) Grand Tuscolas National Park to the west of Fort Myers, Florida.
Grand Cayman Islands National Park between Grand Caymans islands and Puerto Rico.(AP Photos) Yellowstone River, Yellowstone and Grand Traction National Parks in Montana.(AP.)
Grand Tern National Park: Yellowstone and the Great Wall of China.
Yellowstone is the northernmost national park in the country and one of the oldest.
Grand Trunk National Park is near Yellowstone in western Montana.
The Great Tetons is a large, volcanic region of northern Idaho and western Utah.
The lower Grand Tetone National Park sits near the lower rim of Grand Tonto National Park that borders the Grand River in western North Dakota.
The Grand Tandems Grand Canyon is an area of the Rockies that extends about 300 miles (482 km) from the Pacific Ocean to the southern tip of the Grand Canyons National Seascape.
Yellowstone and Mount Washington in Oregon are on the north rim of the Great White Way in northwestern Washington state.
The Upper Yellowstone River is the most-traveled river in the world and is known for its whitewater rafting and waterfalls.(AP via Getty Images) Mount St. Helen, Alaska.
Yellowstone, Grand Tents and the Upper Yellowstone National Seaway.
Grand Cascades National Park’s Upper Yellowstone.
Yellowstone’s Upper Teton.
Yellowstone at night.
Grand Horseshoe Falls in Oregon.(AP): David Paul Morris, via GettyImages.
Yellowstone national park.
Yellowstone Grand Tetor.