WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department is urging Americans not to travel overseas because of the risks from the coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. hasn’t had a global warning against international travel since August, when guidance was revoked by the Trump administration.
The department said Monday that a revaluation of travel advice for countries around the world would result in about 80% of them being classified as “Level 4” or “do not travel.” Travel is also discouraged for the remaining 20%, though not as emphatically.
The department says it will begin to be roll out new advice for specific countries over the coming week.
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