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Potential Tropical Storm Alex Could Wreak Havoc On Florida Travel This Weekend

Tropical storm warnings for the weekend have been issued by the National Hurricane Center in the United States for the central and southern regions of the Florida peninsula, Cuba, and The Bahamas.  Up to 20 inches of rain and sustained winds of 39 miles per hour are expected to affect Florida from Friday through Sunday …

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U.S. Government Issues Travel Advisory Regarding Hurricane Season In The Caribbean

During the past few weeks, weather experts have been alerting the population about hurricane season in the Atlantic. Now, the Government of the United States has issued a warning for American citizens in regions that can be affected.  The information has been published by the Department of State on the page of the U.S. Embassy …

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Worst Times To Travel By Car On Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day weekend is almost here and millions of Americans are ready to hit the road. Despite gas prices reaching record highs, many will take advantage of the long weekend for a pre-summer vacation. This means that roads will be busy and large cities will experience heavy traffic and delays. According to a recent study …

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CDC Urges All Travelers To Get Tested Before Domestic Or International Flights

Vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers are now encouraged to get tested before and after domestic travel, and the antigen test to enter the U.S. remains mandatory The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recently made updates to its domestic travel advisories and is now urging travelers to take a COVID-19 test prior to domestic …

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U.S. State Department Is Warning Travelers About Long Wait Times For Passports

Tourists must consider that new passports processing times can take up to 11 weeks and that many countries require 6 months of passport validity Now that many Americans are resuming their international travel plans and it is expected to see a high peak during summer, the U.S State Department shared relevant information for travelers to …

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U.S. State Department Lowers Travel Advisory Risk For Canada

The U.S. Department of State has recently – from 4 April – lowered its travel advisory level for Canada to Level 3 – with the nation previously having been listed at level 4. Although the State Department’s level 3 category states that Americans should ‘reconsider travel’ to the country, Canada had previously been listed at …

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U.S. Lowers Travel Advisory Risk For The Bahamas

The government has changed the Bahamas travel advisory from Level 3 to Level 2 The U.S. State Department updated the Travel Advisory page for The Bahamas on March 28 and lowered the travel advisory level from “Level 3: Reconsider Travel” to “Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution”. It is now safer to visit The Bahamas! According …

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US State Department Issues New Travel Warning For Tijuana And Baja California

Travelers have been warned to reconsider travel, the government is concerned about crimes and kidnappings in the region The U.S. Department of State issued a new travel warning for US citizens visiting Tijuana and Baja California. The update comes after recent cases of kidnapping and violence in the region. The amendment has been made just …

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U.S. Airports Are Getting New High Tech Scanners That Will Speed Up Security Lines

TSA will deploy new computer tomography systems to analyze carry-on items starting this summer  The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced last Friday that the agency recently acquired new full-size Computed Tomography (CT) x-ray systems to analyze carry-on items. The new scanners will be installed at the TSA checkpoints across airports in the United States during …

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U.S. State Department Lowers Travel Advisory Risk For The Dominican Republic And Jamaica

Travelers interested in visiting these beautiful destinations should review the Travel Advisory updates and the CDC recommendations The Bureau of Consular Affairs of the United States Department of State made level changes for two major vacation destinations on March 14: the Dominican Republic and Jamaica. Both countries have passed from “Level 4: Do Not Travel” …

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U.S. State Department Lowers Travel Advisory For Mexico

The U.S. State Department has announced that it is lowering the travel advisory for Mexico. Mexico was on the State Department’s level 4 “Do Not Travel” list until yesterday when it was lowered to level 3 “Reconsider Travel”. The change comes as Americans are getting ready for spring break, starting as early as this weekend …

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U.S. Issues Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisory For Hong Kong

U.S. citizens have been advised against traveling to Hong Kong – with the State Department issuing a Level 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ advisory. The reason behind the State Department’s decision to raise the level to its highest ‘Do Not Travel’ warning is due to the ongoing strict coronavirus restrictions that Hong Kong has implemented – …

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