U.S. Plans to Boost ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisories to 80% of the World

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U.S. Plans to Boost ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisories to 80% of the World

The U.S. State Department on Monday reported strategic plans to extend tourism warnings, encouraging U.S. residents to remain at home as the COVID-19 pandemic keeps on presenting “unprecedented risks” all throughout the planet.

The refreshed travel rules are planned to control visits “to roughly 80% of nations around the world” which are as of now encountering emotional spikes in cases, the division said in an articulation. New direction is normal be delivered not long from now.

The most recent suggestions come as the Covid “keeps on presenting extraordinary dangers to voyagers,” and the new rules “better mirror the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s science-based Travel Health Notices,” as indicated by the notification.

The State Department added: “As always, we are closely monitoring conditions around the globe, and will regularly update our destination-specific advice to U.S. travelers as conditions evolve.”


Starting at Monday evening, the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center detailed 141,786,586 COVID-19 cases all throughout the planet. The United States has affirmed a bigger number of cases than some other country on the planet — 31,733,400 with India, Brazil, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Italy, Spain and Germany balancing the main 10 spots. In the interim, worldwide passings have outperformed 3 million, as indicated by the most recent information.

French President Emmanuel Macron in March broadened a cross country lockdown through the finish of April, refering to new, quicker spreading variations of the Covid. He called it “a pandemic inside the plague.”

As NPR revealed, “In Brazil, passings have topped 3,000 every day as the nation is assaulted by the infection. Mexico has recorded in excess of 211,000 passings. India has had in excess of 175,000 passings and passings in the United Kingdom have topped 127,000.”