The U.S. Department of State issues travel advisories to United States citizens when they feel people could potentially be in a dangerous situation should they visit the said area(s). We’ve reported some more recent advisories, such as:
One thing we, as Americans, rarely hear about when it comes to travel advisories and the safety recommendations the governments of other countries make about us. Like these…
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It’s been well reported that at least a dozen Americans have died in the Dominican Republic over the past several months and, understandably, tourism to the Caribbean island has plummeted.
Unfortunately, that’s not the only place where touring Americans may be in danger…
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Heads up, travel friends – the U.S. State Department has issued a new travel advisory that urges United States citizens to “exercise increased caution” when traveling to the Peoples’ China. Similar advisories are out for citizens of Algeria, Antarctica, Belgium, France, Germany, Denmark, Myanmar, and the United Kingdom.
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Attention international travelers! Not long ago the Department of State updated how they share information with U.S. travelers and the improvements are said to provide U.S. citizens with, “clear, timely and reliable safety and security information worldwide.” Under the new system, every county in the world will have an individualized Travel Advisory number, which will provide levels of travel-related advice ranging from 1 to 4. The levels are:
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