ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — With five cases of coronavirus confirmed in Maryland and the number worldwide topping 110,000, Gov. Larry Hogan Monday said all out-of-state travel for state employees is being canceled.

The governor made the announcement during a news conference Monday afternoon.

READ MORE: Young People Clean Up Behind Area In Baltimore Plagued By Illegal Dumping

CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE:

READ MORE: Christmas Village Returns To Inner Harbor With Grand Opening Saturday

During that same news conference, Hogan urged residents 60 and older and those with underlying health conditions to stay home as much as possible. Those people are at a higher risk for contracting the virus, he said.

MORE NEWS: State, Anne Arundel Leaders Tour Annapolis For Small Business Saturday

State agencies should also prepare for employees to be required to work from home, the governor said.