PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As coronavirus cases around the region continue to surge, a number of new restrictions will be going to effect in an attempt to stop the spread.

In Pennsylvania, as of midnight Friday, a new mask mandate and COVID-19 travel restrictions went into effect. Out-of-state travelers are now required to test negative for the coronavirus before arriving in the Commonwealth.

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Masks are now required to be worn everywhere outside and inside the commonwealth.

In Philadelphia, as of 5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20, new limits on gatherings were imposed on the city. This includes closing gatherings like indoor dining, museums, libraries and gyms.

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In New Jersey, beginning at 6 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 23 outdoor gatherings will also be limited to 150 people, down from 500. On Nov. 17 indoor gatherings were limited to 10 people.

For the state of Delaware, a number of new restrictions are set to go into effect at 8 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 23.

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Some of the restrictions include indoor gatherings in homes must be capped at no more than 10 people. As well as, restaurants ordered to operate at no more than 30%of fire capacity indoors, with allowances for additional outdoor seating.