The United States has dropped a leel 4 “do not travel” advisory for Egypt to a level 3 “reconsider travel” alert.
The US and Eight other countries are still on a travel ban list due to a bad COVID-19 record.
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Turkey Tourism is already suffering in 2016 because of security concerns. Cruise operators cancel stops in Turkey, and number of bookings drop alarmingly.
Today and tomorrow, there is great danger of avalanches in the mountains of the the ski resort of Krasnaya Polyana, above 1500 meters altitude. The local authorities are expecting emergencies and an increase in number of accidents.
Greece strikes against austerity, a 48-hour general protest across all sectors, that impacts the country public transport infrastructure, schools, banks, government offices and even hospitals.
A 5.8 magnitude earthquake killed at least 17 people, injured some 360, and caused significant damage, destroying homes, churches and cultural landmarks.
Vrancea County (Moldova region, South-East part of the country) is operating under a state of emergency enforced by Romanian authorities.
The U.S. State Department issued a worldwide travel alert for U.S. citizens late on Tuesday. The alert can be found in full on the official U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Bureau of Consular Affairs website.
In the light of the events, it is advisable that you cancel, or postpone your visit to London till the riots subside, or at least avoid the affected areas.
Rapid Creek and Casuarina beaches were closed to swimmers yesterday, after testing found high levels of E.coli.
Travelers visiting the north of Germany, specifically Hamburg and its surroundings, are advised to avoid eating raw vegetables at all costs.
Christchurch International Airport is open for domestic flights and international flights, the Lyttelton Port is operational, railways remain closed.