A new rule has been issued for the NFL that may be a big boost to those seeking to visit.
The NFL has issued new travel advisories for several cities in the U.S. including New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, San Francisco, Baltimore, Tampa Bay, Miami, Philadelphia and Nashville.
The new travel advisory was first reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The league has yet to make any official announcement about the change.
Travelers in the affected cities may be required to check-in to hotels with multiple concierge rooms, in addition to the standard hotel rooms.
The rules also will require travelers to pay for any additional room costs if they’re staying at the same hotel multiple times during the week.
The rule is similar to a travel advisory issued by the U,S.
Department of Agriculture for certain areas of Canada in August.
It also applies to the United Kingdom and Ireland, though only those countries have the new rule in place.
The rules, which were announced Tuesday, were prompted by the Ebola pandemic in West Africa.
As of Monday, more than 7,000 Americans had tested positive for Ebola.
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that the global outbreak of the virus has killed more than 5,800 people and infected more than 10,400 people.