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U.S. State Department Updates Travel Advisories For 10 Countries Including Mexico

The United States’ State Department has issued its latest round of travel advisory updates, this time featuring ten countries – including Mexico. It is the seventh such separate episode of travel advisory updates so far this month, as the State Department works around the clock to keep American travelers safe when traveling abroad. These latest …

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U.S. State Department Updates Travel Advisories For 10 Countries

The United States’ Department of State has just updated the travel advisory pages for 10 countries around the world. Whilst international travel may have moved closer towards normality over the past few months, it still isn’t completely without risks and challenges – as these updates show – and travel advisories still play a key role …

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US State Department Issues 15 New Travel Advisories

The US State Department has issued 15 new travel advisories this week as part of its ongoing efforts to keep US travelers safe around the world. Each travel advisory warning comes with a warning level, which ranges from Level 1, which serves as the least severe warning level, to Level 4, which is the most …

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Latest U.S. Travel Advice For All European Countries Bordering Ukraine

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine intensifies, with air raids being carried out and a wave of refugees to the West being spurred, Europe has been met with a large-scale crisis of the kind never seen since World War II. For that reason, travel to the Old Continent may soon come with its own challenges, …

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U.S. Issues Levels 4 ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisory For Russia And Tells Americans To Leave Immediately

The Government stated that the ability to provide emergency services to Americans in Russia is “severely limited” The United States Department of State updated Russia Travel Advisory’s page —currently categorized in Travel Advisory Level 4: Do Not Travel— and urged US citizens in Russia to leave the country yesterday, on February 28.  The new statement …

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