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U.S. Updates Level 3 Travel Advisory For 13 Countries

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Whilst Covid-19 has affected travel around the world, it isn’t the only issue at hand when it comes to deciding where US travelers should and shouldn’t travel to. The US Department of State has been working hard to keep its travel advisory page updated in order to keep its travelers safe and informed, recently issuing 13 updates at the Level 3 advisory warning level on March 1st. Here’s a look at what those updates entail.

US Updates Level 3 Travel Advisory For 13 Countries

Level 3 Travel Advisory Updates

Antigua and Barbuda

According to the advisory page, travelers should reconsider travel to Antigua and Barbuda due to health and safety measures and COVID-related conditions, with some areas in the country more affected than others. Whilst stay at home orders have been lifted and business and transport options have resumed, Barbuda still suffers infrastructure problems following a hurricane.

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Those planning to visit Benin are advised to reconsider travel due to Covid-19. Most transport options have resumed, as have business operations. However, there are regional warnings for Benin; travelers are advised to avoid Park Pendjari, Park W and adjacent hunting zones, and other areas near Benin’s northern border with Burkina Faso, due to terrorism and kidnapping, and to exercise caution in urban areas due to crime.

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Travel to Bermuda is to be reconsidered due to Covid-19, and the country has also been handed a Level 3 Travel Health Notice by the CDC for its Covid-19 situation. Most business and transport operation in the country have resumed.


Travel to Burundi is to be reconsidered due to Covid-19, crime, health and political violence in the country. Whilst travel and business operations have resumed, the page warns that grenade attacks and armed robbery occurs frequently and that there are political tensions, leading to violence and restrictions to movement. There are also warning about the country’s substandard police force and medical services.

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Eritrea’s page warns that travel should be reconsidered due to Covid-19, travel restrictions, limited consular assistance and landmines. The country has stay at home orders in place, and law officials routinely block access to foreign nationals in detention, which means the embassy may be unaware if travelers are arrested. Landmines are also present in many of the remote areas of the country.


Mauritania should not be visited due to Covid-19, as well as crime and terrorism in the country. According to the page, violent crimes are common and terrorists may strike without warning, targeting places frequented by Westerners.

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Travel to Montserrat is discouraged due to health and safety measures and COVID-related conditions in the country.


Travel to Morocco should be reconsidered due to Covid-19, whilst travelers should exercise extreme caution due to terrorism. Stay at home orders have been lifted and some business operations have resumed. According to the page, terrorist groups are plotting potential attacks in the country, and target crowded places that may be popular with travelers.

Souvenirs at the Jamaa el Fna market in old Medina, Marrakesh, Morocco
Souvenirs on the Jamaa el Fna market in old Medina, Marrakesh, Morocco


Travel to Namibia should be avoided due to Covid-19. Most business and travel operations have resumed in the country.


Travel to Oman should be reconsidered due to Covid-19, with the country being handed a Level 4 Travel Health Notice by the CDC for the current Covid-19 situation in the country. The page also explicitly warns travelers not to travel to the Yemen border due to terrorism and armed conflict.


Travelers should reconsider travel to Sudan due to COVID-19, crime, terrorism, civil unrest, kidnapping, and armed conflict. The page warns of crimes such as kidnapping, armed robbery, home invasion, and carjacking. It also warns that terrorism and demonstrations are threats to travelers, and that there are conflicts along the border with Chad and South Sudan.


Not long ago rated a Level 1 country, Thailand has received a Level 3 advisory due to Covid-19. The page also warns of travel to the southern border provinces of Yala, Pattani, Narathiwat, and Songkhla due to civil unrest.


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Thursday 4th of March 2021

Thailand’s travel advisory may have something to do with sporadic anti-government protests in Bangkok. Many ordinary Thais cannot afford the testing especially in the rural areas of Thailand which may led to believe that the overall cases and death may be low in the country. Despite all efforts and awareness campaign in containing the virus, Thailand may have done a good job.


Wednesday 3rd of March 2021

When will the USA introduce a system of travel for vaccinated foreigners and residents rather than the current xenophobic ban on Europe, Brazil and the UK and Ireland Common Travel Area. It seems contradictory that so much stress rightly has been placed on vaccinating people yet it is completely ignored in USA Travel Policy. The same is true of many nations but the USA tends to lead and others follow. Is it not time to welcome the vaccinated safe travelers of the world?


Thursday 4th of March 2021

@Jay, if I'm not mistaken, this has recently been negated, eg. "vaccinated people can't get sick, so, they also can't spread the virus". We got our seconds yesterday and are really looking forward to go traveling again, we'll give it about two weeks...


Wednesday 3rd of March 2021

@Rich, still too early. Just because someone is vaccinated they can still be a carrier of the virus. So until more data is known that says otherwise... a higher percentage of the general population of the country needs to be vaccinated first (herd immunity).