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Coronavirus Information for Expats

By Joshua Wood, LPC

Updated on: Jun 03, 2020

Summary: Coronavirus Information for Expats including Travel Warnings, Updates and News from Expats around the World, Expat Healthcare Guides by Country, Information about Expat Health Insurance and Medical Evacuation Insurance. This page will be continuously updated as new information about the Coronavirus is released that impacts the lives of expats

Coronavirus Information for Expats

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Expats Around The World Talking about Coronavirus

We encourage expats to share what is happening locally in the countries and cities in which you live. This will help all of you make responsible, informed choices about how to protect yourself and go about your daily lives. Additionally, it will enable expats who are about to move overseas know what to expect as they make a transition to their new lives abroad. So please share your experiences and observations on your country forum -- you���re each other's most valuable resource!

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Philippines: Coronavirus Information & Support (Not Political) (215 replies)

COVID-19 has had many names so it's important to understand we're talking about the same virus that was initially called coronavirus then Novel 2019 coronavirus (just meant it was new and did not have an official name) now it's officially COVID-19 (this essentially means coronavirus in the year 2019 (when it first appeared)). The CO stands for corona. VI is for virus. D means disease. Some also refer to it as SARS-CoV-2. Yes it is very confusing COVID-19 is a coronavirus, not the normal flu which is influenza. They have very similar symptoms starting both cause fever, cough, body aches, fatigue; sometimes vomiting and diarrhea. So can be very difficult to distinguish the two without a test. Unfortunately, you can have both influenza and COVID-19 at the same time. Coronavirus has crown-like spikes on its outer surface. The responsible for the common cold. Corona beer which derives its name from the Sun’s corona or the sun's outer surface happens to be a coincidence. Corona beer is safe in moderation however the coronavirus is not. Flu (influenza): Estimated 1 billion cases worldwide; 9.3 million to 45 million cases in the U.S. per year. 291,000 to 646,000 deaths worldwide; 12,000 to 61,000 deaths in the U.S. per year. about 0.1% mortality rate COVID-19: 169,387 cases worldwide; 3,774 cases in the U.S. as of March 16, 2020. The World Health Organization now estimates the mortality rate at 2 to 3% this is considerably higher than .1% for the regular flu. It's extremely important to understand this is ongoing this virus is rapidly spreading and we don't clearly understand all the ways it can be spread. We need to understand its potential for being extremely dangerous and need to take every step we can to protect ourselves. Hopefully, this form will take a look at that from a scientific and data-driven aspect. But also I will try to edit things that make sense to do that would help protect our community.

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Colombia: Coronavirus Information & Support (321 replies)

What places are under quarantine in Colombia now? Here in Medellin, a 5 day quarantine started yesterday, March 20 at 7pm. Looking out my window, people seem mostly to be complying. The street outside my window normally has moderate foot and vehicle traffic; it has mostly empty. It is a ghost town, very eerie and weird, not to mention scary. I'm pretty sure I know the answer to this, but I'll ask anyway. Are people exempt from going out to buy food or medicine? I'm guessing it's not permitted. The various publications were silent on this, at least what I read.

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Panama: Coronavirus Information & Support (259 replies)

My wife and I have sold our house in the US in preparation to move to Boquete - we close in late April. With current and potential travel restrictions, we can't make arrangements to travel with our pets. Anyone having similar issues? Any suggestions

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Costa Rica: Costa Rica extends coronavirus border restrictions until June 30 (6 replies)

"Costa Rica extends coronavirus border restrictions until June 30" source : https://ticotimes.net/2020/05/29/costa-rica-extends-coronavirus-border-restrictions-until-june-30?fbclid=IwAR3JSNBw1_5S971xfQtjCovT73xpICMJgTnwBRfRDxcZLWPSsFR9I-ttn04

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Panama: Coronavirus Stimuls pack and Taxes (9 replies)

Hi, I'm a US citizen currently stuck outside the country during the corona lockdown. I'm considering applying for the Coronavirus Tax Relief and Economic Impact Payments. https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus-tax-relief-and-economic-impact-payments Just wonder if any one has applied for it. Any idea on what to do what address I ought to put there. Technically should I put the address here or my address in US. Any tips from a fellow American would be appreciated.

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Brazil: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (10 replies)

What a great idea. I am a 62 year old American living alone in Londrina, Paraná. Have no family and have lived here since August of last year. I think this is a great way to help all of us with information and support. Thanks, Craig

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China: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (2 replies)

NOT even ONE person has died in Italy why are governments helping to spread these outrageous lies

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Uruguay: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (12 replies)

So now that we know that masks really do help curtail the spread why aren’t people wearing them? Took a walk yesterday and passed by a small shopping center. 20 people on line outside the Red Pagos, all maintaining a meter or more space but not one with a mask, scarf or bandanna over their face. I wore a mask and mostly got looks from people like the mask means I am infected! It means I don’t know if I am infected or not as I could be asymptomatic but want to protect myself and others.. Lessons learned in Asia are that everyone should wear a cloth mask if not the N95 kind. Urge people to cover their faces!

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Ireland: Coronavirus Info (5 replies)

Update a week after previous post. The virus is now taking hold in Ireland, and there are widespread cases. The people are furious with how the Dublin government has mismanaged this. They imposed no ban on travel to/from North Italy, indeed last weekend there were large crowds of Italian tourists in Dublin. That may spike our numbers even more in the next few days. The government prioritizes the interests of hotels, bars etc before those of the people,, and of course it takes no action without first asking the EU's permission. Ireland may well become a second Italy.

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Honduras: Expat Coronavirus Report (2 replies)

I am told by our friends in Siguatepeque that citizens are only allowed out of their home every 15 days now. It is divided by your ID number on your card. Our friends work a lot with local mountain villages, and they have been hit very hard because much of the employment is day labor. Our friends have been working with organizations they are connected to and have been bringing food daily to different villages, supported by these organizations and individuals in the US.

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Guatemala: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (6 replies)

Hello, I haven't heard from my mother-in-law since February 2020. She lives in Guatemala City. She is elderly and diabetic. I'm afraid she died from COVID19, but I don't know how to get the information. Is there a registrar who can give me this information? I am not a Guatemalan national and I do not know the practices of this country. Thank you

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Costa Rica: Costa Rica extends coronavirus border restrictions until June 15 (4 replies)

Costa Rica extends coronavirus border restrictions until June 15 source: https://ticotimes.net/2020/05/07/costa-rica-extends-coronavirus-border-restrictions-until-june-15

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Panama: CoronaVirus 5-8-20 (1 reply)

Coronavirus Panama 5-8-20.

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Panama: Major news regarding asymptomatic spread of coronavirus (18 replies)

This is a must read. To summarize, there exists no evidence that asymptomatic patients can spread coronavirus. All the experts including Dr. Fauci based their assumption of asymptomatic transmission on one study which is now proven to be false. Therefore healthy people with no symptoms cannot transmit coronavirus to others. This is huge news! https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/02/paper-non-symptomatic-patient-transmitting-coronavirus-wrong

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Portugal: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (14 replies)

Portugal's government is extending the validation period on: Visas, Driver's License, Residence Permit. If yours expired on/after 10 March 2020, it is now valid until 30 June 2020. Do not worry about missing a Consulate, VFS Global or SEF appointment. You will have a new appointment set for you when they can re-schedule, or you can check in May or June for available appointments. Appointment setting is a bit hit-and-miss right now but your documents' extended validity date is guaranteed to 30 June.

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Mexico: Coronavirus delays causing move to Mexico (10 replies)

I had planned to move to Mexico in September. Flight is scheduled for September 13, AirBNB is booked for September 13, current rental in US ends August 31, car lease expires August 31. It is decision time and I am so stuck and indecisive and need help!! Everything depends on Coronavirus situation in Mexico and I don't know how reliable that is. Suggestions please!!

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Italy: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (19 replies)

To those who live part time in Italy, but are currently somewhere else in the world: Write to your Italian neighbors, local businesses, the wineries and restaurants you frequent, your business colleagues and tell them you are thinking of them and hope they are well. It will help in a dark time and they will be grateful.

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Finland: Effects of the coronavirus outbreak on customers who are abroad (1 reply)

Owing to the coronavirus outbreak, Finland, in line with the rest of the Schengen countries, has suspended the reception of normal visa applications in Finland’s missions with immediate effect from 19 March until further notice. Latest instructions for submitting residence permit applications abroad during the coronavirus outbreak. https://migri.fi/en/you-are-not-in-finland

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Colombia: CoronaVirus Check (58 replies)

I hear all this stuff about all Americans receiving one-time $1,200 or so ¨check¨as part of the US govt effort to serve US citizens. My question is simple: I'm a Pensionado living in Colombia who lives on his monthly Social Security check that ranges into $1,400 per month that the US govt automatically deposits into my US-based bank account each month. I don't live in the US--I live full time in Colombia-- so there is no US"address¨ (house addy) . .. I get my US mail, including any official notifications from SS, via my Medellin mail box service in Poblado. Should I expect to receive any corona cash via my Social Sec account deposited into my US bank . . . .expect them to mail a ¨paper check¨to me via my Florida mail forwarder . . . or do I get overlooked? I mean, hells bells, I'm a US citizen, retired, been paying taxes all these years. Do I get excluded by Trump´s Treasury of Casinos? Or should I expect a welcome sign of support from these losers who feel they are only beholden to the one percent rich scammers of the country? Don't do me any favors. What am I ENTITLED TO? Anything, nothing, or some loose change?

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Paraguay: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (2 replies)

The national response to the pandemic is surprising in that the authorities are taking things seriously by in large. People, at least in our area are abiding by the recommendations of the medical experts and mostly following the guidelines of the government stay in your house campain. However, as with most places, there is always a segment of the population that either willingly defies such orders or feels a sense of involunerability. Regardless, in general the efforts of the government and the police are noticeable and showing results.

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Zaire: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (9 replies)

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Zaire: Expat Coronavirus Report (18 replies)

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Saudi Arabia: Coronavirus Info (2 replies)

The Ministry invites everyone to keep following to preventive guidelines such as avoiding shaking hands, constantly washing hands, avoiding gatherings, staying at home throughout the day and night to ensure safety and health, and contact 937 for inquiries and consultations regarding Coronavirus 24 hours a day. Read More : Stay at Home in Saudi Arabia

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Mexico: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (7 replies)

I watch the daily news briefing from the Health Ministry. Here is a link for today: https://youtu.be/cYkYk0HsVEc

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Belize: Coronavirus Information & Support (Not Political) (15 replies)

State of Emergency has been declared on AC today

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Dominican Republic: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (2 replies)

Is anyone aware of the requirements for Corona Virus testing in Santiago? My wife has symptoms and works in medical care with several co-workers and patients already testing positive, including her partner at work. She has doctor’s orders for a test. She keeps getting told by the lab that she has to wait and was told that they’re only helping people who can’t breathe or are dying. Is there only one lab company in Santiago that does testing?

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Italy: Coronavirus Info (188 replies)

Just to put in my 2 cents from Liguria (5Terre area): all the stores today (desperate for dog food) have posted stay 3' away from each other and the pharmacy was allowing only 1 person at a time inside. We've had calls from the comune with update info and the mayor has posted daily on FB info about the warnings for the area. Actually I quite impressed with the level of concern, yet no panic. All bars and restaurants are only allowed to open 6 to 6pm which will hurt their business but in our area lunch/pranzo is the big meal anyway. The big grocer is still fully stocked and the little town grocers are doing a better than average business. Sadly the Asian markets (getting very popular...they are quite like the US 5 and dime) are shortening their hours because of concern...I'm afraid a bit of racism is raising it's ugly head. Remember folks, just because they look Asian doesn't mean they aren't fully Italian! Well, that's the news from Lago Wobegone...Stai bene!

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Bulgaria: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (2 replies)

Some expats/foreigners might not know this, but masks are mandatory per an order issued today. I don't know where you can get them. Anyone know? https://sofiaglobe.com/2020/03/30/covid-19-bulgaria-makes-wearing-a-protective-mask-in-public-places-compulsory/

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Nicaragua: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (9 replies)

I have just read this long article on how to handle this crisis. I am not tech-savvy enough to downsize the graphics, but I trust others can. =================================== Coronavirus: The Hammer and the Dance What the Next 18 Months Can Look Like, if Leaders Buy Us Time Tomas Pueyo 2020 Mar 19 · 27 min read This article follows Coronavirus: Why You Must Act Now, an article with over 40 million views translated into over 20 languages describing the urgency of the Coronavirus problem. If you agree with this article, consider signing the correspond-ing White House petition. Translations available in 4 languages at the bottom. Summary of the article: Strong coronavirus measures today should only last [only] a few weeks, there shouldn’t be a big peak of infections afterwards, & it can all be done for a reasonable cost to society, saving millions of lives along the way. If we don’t take these measures, tens of millions will be infected, many will die, along with anybody else that requires intensive care, because the healthcare system will have collapsed. Within a week, countries around the world have gone from: “This coronavirus thing is not a big deal” to declaring the state of emergency. Yet many countries are still not doing much. Why? Every country is asking the same question: How should we respond? The answer is not obvious to them. Some countries, like France, Spain, or Philippines, have since ordered heavy lockdowns. Others, like the US, UK, Switzerland, or Netherlands, have dragged their feet, hesitantly venturing into social distancing measures. Here’s what we’re going to cover today, again with lots of charts, data, & models with plenty of sources: 1. What’s the current situation? 2. What options do we have? 3. What’s the one thing that matters now: Time 4. What does a good coronavirus strategy look like? 5. How should we think about the economic & social impacts? When you’re done reading the article, this is what you’ll take away: Our healthcare system is already collapsing. Countries have two options: either they fight it hard now, or they will suffer a massive epidemic. If they choose the epidemic, hundreds of thousands will die. In some countries, millions. And that might not even eliminate further waves of infections. If we fight hard now, we will curb the deaths. We will relieve our healthcare system. We will prepare better. We will learn. The world has never learned as fast about anything, ever. And we need it, because we know so little about this virus. All of this will achieve something critical: Buy Us Time. If we choose to fight hard, the fight will be sudden, then gradual. We will be locked in for weeks, not months. Then, we will get more & more freedoms back. It might not be back to normal immediately. But it will be close, & eventually back to normal. And we can do all that while considering the rest of the economy too. Ok, let’s do this. 1. What’s the situation? Last week, I showed this curve: It showed coronavirus cases across the world outside of China. We could only discern [only] Italy, Iran, & South Korea. So I had to zoom in on the bottom right corner to see the emerging countries. My entire point is that they would soon be joining these 3 cases. Let’s see what has happened since. As predicted, the number of cases has exploded in dozens of countries. Here, I was forced to show only countries with over 1,000 cases. A few things to note: • Spain, Germany, France, & the US all have more cases than Italy when it ordered the lockdown • An additional 16 countries have more cases today than Hubei when it went under lockdown: Japan, Malaysia, Canada, Portugal, Australia, Czechia, Brazil, & Qatar have more than Hubei but below 1,000 cases. Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, & Denmark all have above 1,000 cases. Do you notice something weird about this list of countries? Outside of China & Iran, which have suffered massive, undeniable outbreaks, & Brazil & Malaysia, every single country in this list is among the wealthiest in the world. Do you think this virus targets rich countries? Or is it more likely that rich countries are better able to identify the virus? It’s unlikely that poorer countries aren’t touched. Warm and humid weather probably helps, but doesn’t prevent an outbreak by itself — otherwise Singapore, Malaysia, or Brazil wouldn’t be suffering outbreaks. The most likely interpretations are that the coronavirus either took longer to reach these countries because they’re less connected, or it’s already there but these countries haven’t been able to invest enough on testing to know. Either way, if this is true, it means that most countries won’t escape the coronavirus. It’s a matter of time before they see outbreaks & need to take measures. What measures can different countries take? 2. What Are Our Options? Since the article last week, the conversation has changed & many countries have taken measures. Here are some of the most illustrative examples: Measures in Spain & France In one extreme, we have Spain & France. This is the timeline of measures for Spain: On Thursday, 3/12, the President dismissed suggestions that the Spanish authorities had been underestimating the health threat. On Friday, they declared the State of Emergency. On Saturday, measures were taken: • People can’t leave home except for key reasons: groceries, work, pharmacy, hospital, bank, or insurance company (extreme justification) • Specific ban on taking kids out for a walk or seeing friends or family (except to take care of people who need help, but with hygiene & physical distance measures) • All bars & restaurants closed. Only take-home acceptable. • All entertainment closed: sports, movies, museums, municipal celebrations… • Weddings can’t have guests. Funerals can’t have more than a handful of people. • Mass transit remains open On Monday, land borders were shut. Some people see this as a great list of measures. Others put their hands up in the air & cry of despair. This difference is what this article will try to reconcile. France’s timeline of measures is similar, except they took more time to apply them, & they are more aggressive now. For example, rent, taxes, & utilities are suspended for small businesses. Measures in the US and UK The US & UK, like countries such as Switzerland or Netherlands, have dragged their feet in implementing measures. Here’s the timeline for the US: • Wednesday 3/11: travel ban. • Friday: National Emergency declared. No social distancing measures • Monday: the government urges the public to avoid restaurants or bars & attend events with more than 10 people. No social distancing measure is actually enforceable. It’s just a suggestion. Lots of states & cities are taking the initiative & mandating much stricter measures. The UK has seen a similar set of measures: lots of recommendations, but very few mandates. These two groups of countries illustrate the two extreme approaches to fight the coronavirus: mitigation & suppression. Let’s understand what they mean. Option 1: Do Nothing Before we do that, let’s see what doing nothing would entail for a country like the US: This fantastic epidemic calculator can help you understand what will happen under different scenarios. I’ve pasted below the graph the key factors that determine the behavior of the virus. Note that infected, in pink, peak in the tens of millions at a certain date. Most variables have been kept from the default. The only material changes are R from 2.2 to 2.4 (corresponds better to currently available information. See at the bottom of the epidemic calculator), fatality rate (4% due to healthcare system collapse. See details below or in the previous article), length of hospital stay (down from 20 to 10 days) & hospitalization rate (down from 20% to 14% based on severe & critical cases. Note the WHO calls out a 20% rate) based on our most recently available gathering of research. Note that these numbers don’t change results much. The only change that matters is the fatality rate. If we do nothing: Everybody gets infected, the healthcare system gets over-whelmed, the mortality explodes, & ~10 million people die (blue bars). For the back-of-the-envelope numbers: if ~75% of Americans get infected & 4% die, that’s 10 million deaths, or around 25 times the number of US deaths in World War II. You might wonder: “That sounds like a lot. I’ve heard much less than that!” So what’s the catch? With all these numbers, it’s easy to get confused. But there’s only two numbers that matter: What share of people will catch the virus & fall sick, & what share of them will die. If only 25% are sick (because the others have the virus but don’t have symptoms so aren’t counted as cases), & the fatality rate is 0.6% instead of 4%, you end up with 500k deaths in the US. Still massive. But 20 times less than above. The fatality rate is crucial, so let’s understand it better. What really causes the coronavirus deaths? How Should We Think about the Fatality Rate? This is the same graph as before, but now looking at hospitalized people instead of infected & dead: The light blue area is the number of people who would need to go to the hospital, & the darker blue represents those who need to go to the intensive care unit (ICU). You can see that number would peak at above 3 million. Now compare that to the number of ICU beds we have in the US (50k today: we could double that repurposing other space). That’s the red dotted line. No, that’s not an error. That red dotted line is the capacity we have of ICU beds. Everyone above that line would be in critical condition but wouldn’t be able to access the care they need, & would likely die. Instead of ICU beds you can also look at ventilators, but the result is broadly the same, since there are fewer than 100k ventilators in the US. As of today, at least one Seattle hospital is unable to intubate patients over 65 due to shortages of equipment & gives them a 90% chance of dying. This is why people died in droves in Hubei & are now dying in droves in Italy & Iran. The Hubei fatality rate ended up better than it could have been because they built 2 hospitals nearly overnight. Italy & Iran can’t do the same; few, if any, other countries can. We’ll see what ends up happening there. So why is the fatality rate close to 4%? If 5% of your cases require intensive care & you can’t provide it, most of those people die. As simple as that. Additionally, recent data suggests that US cases are more severe than in China. I wish that was it, but it isn’t. Collateral Damage These numbers only show [only] people dying from coronavirus. But what happens if all your healthcare system is collapsed by coronavirus patients? Others also die from other ailments. What happens if you have a heart attack but the ambulance takes 50 minutes to come instead of 8 (too many coronavirus cases) & once you arrive, there’s no ICU & no doctor available? You die. There are 4 million admissions to the ICU in the US every year, & 500k (~13%) of them die. Without ICU beds, that share would likely go much closer to 80%. Even if only 50% died, in a year-long epidemic you go from 500k deaths a year to 2M, so you’re adding 1.5M deaths, just with collateral damage. If the coronavirus is left to spread, the US healthcare system will collapse, & the deaths will be in the millions, maybe more than 10 million. The same thinking is true for most countries. The number of ICU beds & ventilators & healthcare workers are usually similar to the US or lower in most countries. Unbridled coronavirus means healthcare system collapse, & that means mass death. Option 2: Mitigation Strategy By now, I hope it’s pretty clear we should act. The two options that we have are mitigation & suppression. Mitigation goes like this: “It’s impossible to prevent the coronavirus now, so let’s just have it run its course, while trying to reduce the peak of infections. Let’s just flatten the curve a little bit to make it more manageable for the healthcare system.” This chart appears in a very important paper published over the weekend from the Imperial College London. Apparently, it pushed the UK & US governments to change course. It’s a very similar graph as the previous one. Not the same, but conceptually equivalent. Here, the “Do Nothing” situation is the black curve. Each one of the other curves are what would happen if we implemented tougher & tougher social distancing measures. The blue one shows the toughest social distancing measures: isolating infected people, quarantining people who might be infected, & secluding old people. This blue line is broadly the current UK coronavirus strategy, although for now they’re just suggesting it, not mandating it. Here, again, the red line is the capacity for ICUs, this time in the UK. Again, that line is very close to the bottom. All that area of the curve on top of that red line repre-sents coronavirus patients who would mostly die because of the lack of ICU resources. Not only that, but by flattening the curve, the ICUs will collapse for months, increasing collateral damage. You should be shocked. When you hear: “We’re going to do some mitigation” what you should really hear is: “We will knowingly overwhelm the healthcare system, driving the fatality rate up by a factor of 10x at least.” You would imagine this is bad enough. But we’re not done yet. Because one of the key assumptions of this strategy is what’s called “Herd Immunity”. Herd Immunity & Virus Mutation The idea is that all the people who are infected & then recover are now immune to the virus. This is at the core of this strategy: “Look, I know it’s going to be hard for some time, but once we’re done & a few million people die, the rest of us will be immune to it, so this virus will stop spreading, & we’ll say goodbye to the coronavirus. Better do it at once & be done with it, because our alternative is to do social distancing for up to a year or risk having this peak happen later anyways.” Except this assumes one thing: the virus doesn’t change too much. If it doesn’t change much, then lots of people do get immunity, & at some point the epidemic dies down. How likely is this virus to mutate? It already has. China has already seen two strains of the virus: the S and the L. The S was focused in Hubei & [was] deadlier, but the L was the one that spread through the world. Not only that, but this virus continues to mutate. This graph represents the different mutations of the virus. You can see that the initial strains started in purple in China, but then they started mutating. The strains in Europe are mostly green & yellow families, while the US is seeing a different family in red. As more time passes, more of these strains will start appearing. This should not be surprising: RNA-based viruses like the coronavirus or the flu tend to mutate around 100 times faster than DNA-based ones—although the coronavirus mutates more slowly than influenza viruses. Not only that, but the best way for this virus to mutate is to have millions of opportunities to do so, which is exactly what a mitigation strategy would provide: hundreds of millions of people infected. That’s why you have to get a flu shot every year. Because there are so many flu strains, with new ones always evolving, the flu shot can never protect against all strains. Put in another way: the mitigation strategy not only assumes millions of deaths for a country like the US or the UK. It also gambles on the [idea] that the virus won’t mutate too much — which we know it does. And it will give it the opportunity to mutate. So once we’re done with a few million deaths, we could be ready for a few million more — every year. This corona virus could become a recurring fact of life, like the flu, but many times deadlier. The best way for this virus to mutate is to have millions of opportunities to do so, which is exactly what a mitigation strategy would provide. So if neither doing nothing [nor] mitigation will work, what’s the alternative? It’s called suppression. Option 3: Suppression Strategy The Mitigation Strategy doesn’t try to contain the epidemic, just flatten the curve a bit. Meanwhile, the Suppression Strategy tries to apply heavy measures to quickly get the epidemic under control. Specifically: • Go hard right now. Order heavy social distancing. Get this thing under control. • Then, release the measures, so that people can gradually get back their freedoms & something approaching normal social & economic life can resume. What does that look like? All the model parameters are the same, except that there is an intervention around now to reduce the transmission rate to R=0.62, & because the healthcare system isn’t collapsed, the fatality rate goes down to 0.6%. I defined “around now” as having ~32,000 cases when implementing the measures (3x the official number as of today, 3/19). Note that this is not too sensitive to the R chosen. An R of 0.98 for example shows 15,000 deaths. Five times more than with an R of 0.62, but still tens of thousands of deaths & not millions. It’s also not too sensitive to the fatality rate: if it’s 0.7% instead of 0.6%, the death toll goes from 15,000 to 17,000. It’s the combination of a higher R, a higher fatality rate, & a delay in taking measures that explodes the number of fatalities. That’s why we need to take measures to reduce R today. For clarification, the famous R0 is R at the beginning (R at time 0). It’s the transmission rate when nobody is immune yet & there are no measures against it taken. R is the overall transmission rate. Under a suppression strategy, after the first wave is done, the death toll is in the thousands, & not in the millions. Why? Because not only do we cut the exponential growth of cases. We also cut the fatality rate since the healthcare system is not completely overwhelmed. Here, I used a fatality rate of 0.9%, around what we’re seeing in South Korea today, which has been most effective at following Suppression Strategy. Said like this, it sounds like a no-brainer. Everybody should follow the Suppression Strategy. So why do some governments hesitate? They fear three things: 1. This first lockdown will last for months, which seems unacceptable for many people. 2. A months-long lockdown would destroy the economy. 3. It wouldn’t even solve the problem, because we would be just postponing the epidemic: later on, once we release the social distancing measures, people will still get infected in the millions & die. Here is how the Imperial College team modeled suppressions. The green & yellow lines are different scenarios of Suppression. You can see that doesn’t look good: We still get huge peaks, so why bother? We’ll get to these questions in a moment, but there’s something more important before. This is completely missing the point. Presented like these, the two options of Mitigation & Suppression, side by side, don’t look very appealing. Either a lot of people die soon & we don’t hurt the economy today, or we hurt the economy today, just to postpone the deaths. This ignores the value of time. 3. The Value of Time In our previous post, we explained the value of time in saving lives. Every day, every hour we waited to take measures, this exponential threat continued spreading. We saw how a single day could reduce the total cases by 40% & the death toll by even more. But time is even more valuable than that. We’re about to face the biggest wave of pressure on the healthcare system ever seen in history. We are completely unprepared, facing an enemy we don’t know. That is not a good position for war. What if you were about to face your worst enemy, of which you knew very little, & you had two options: Either you run towards it, or you escape to buy yourself a bit of time to prepare. Which one would you choose? This is what we need to do today. The world has awakened. Every single day we delay the coronavirus, we can get better prepared. The next sections detail what that time would buy us: Lower the Number of Cases With effective suppression, the number of true cases would plummet overnight, as we saw in Hubei last week. Source: Tomas Pueyo analysis over chart & data from the Journal of the American Medical Association As of today, there are 0 daily new cases of coronavirus in the entire 60 million-big region of Hubei. The diagnostics would keep going up for a couple of weeks, but then they would start going down. With fewer cases, the fatality rate starts dropping too. And the collateral damage is also reduced: fewer people would die from non-coronavirus-related causes because the healthcare system is simply overwhelmed. Suppression would get us: • Fewer total cases of Coronavirus • Immediate relief for the healthcare system & the humans who run it • Reduction in fatality rate • Reduction in collateral damage • Ability for infected, isolated, & quarantined healthcare workers to get better & back to work. In Italy, healthcare workers represent 8% of all contagions. Understand the True Problem: Testing & Tracing Right now, the UK & the US have no idea about their true cases. We don’t know how many there are. We just know the official number is not right, & the true one is in the tens of thousands of cases. This has happened because we’re not testing, & we’re not tracing. • With a few more weeks, we could get our testing situation in order, & start testing everybody. With that information, we would finally know the true extent of the problem, where we need to be more aggressive, & what communities are safe to be released from a lockdown. • New testing methods could speed up testing & drive costs down substantially. • We could also set up a tracing operation like the ones they have in China or other East Asia countries, where they can identify all the people that every sick person met, & can put them in quarantine. This would give us a ton of intelligence to release later on our social distancing measures: if we know where the virus is, we can target these places only. This is not rocket science: it’s the basics of how East Asia Countries have been able to control this outbreak without the kind of draconian social distancing that is increasingly essential in other countries. The measures from this section (testing & tracing) single-handedly curbed the growth of the coronavirus in South Korea & got the epidemic under control, without a strong imposition of social distancing measures. Build Up Capacity The US (& presumably the UK) are about to go to war without armor. We have masks for just two weeks, few personal protective equipments (“PPE”), not enough ventilators, not enough ICU beds, not enough ECMOs (blood oxygenation machines)… This is why the fatality rate would be so high in a mitigation strategy. But if we buy ourselves some time, we can turn this around: • We have more time to buy all the equipment we will need for a future wave • We can quickly build up our production of masks, PPEs, ventilators, ECMOs, & any other critical device to reduce fatality rate. Put in another way: we don’t need years to get our armor, we need weeks. Let’s do everything we can to get our production humming now. Countries are mobilized. People are being inventive, such as using 3D printing for ventilator parts. We can do it. We just need more time. Would you wait a few weeks to get yourself some armor before facing a mortal enemy? This is not the only capacity we need. We will need health workers as soon as pos-sible. Where will we get them? We need to train people to assist nurses, & we need to get medical workers out of retirement. Many countries have already start-ed, but this takes time. We can do this in a few weeks, but not if everything collapses. Lower Public Contagiousness The public is scared. The coronavirus is new. There’s so much we don’t know how to do yet! People haven’t learned to stop hand-shaking. They still hug. They don’t open doors with their elbow. They don’t wash their hands after touching a door knob. They don’t disinfect tables before sitting. Once we have enough masks, we can use them outside of the healthcare system too. Right now, it’s better to keep masks for healthcare workers. But if they weren’t scarce, people should wear them in their daily lives, making it less likely that they infect other people when sick, & with proper training also reducing the likelihood that the wearers get infected. (In the meantime, wearing something is better than nothing.) All of these are pretty cheap ways to reduce the transmission rate. The less this virus propagates, the fewer measures we’ll need in the future to contain it. But we need time to educate people on all these measures & equip them. Understand the Virus We know very very little about the virus. But every week, hundreds of new papers are coming. The world is finally united against a common enemy. Researchers around the globe are mobilizing to understand this virus better. How does the virus spread? How can contagion be slowed down? What is the share of asymptomatic carriers? Are they contagious? How much? What are good treatments? How long does it survive? On what surfaces? How do different social distancing measures impact the transmission rate? What’s their cost? What are [best] tracing best practices? How reliable are our tests? Clear answers to these questions will help make our response as targeted as possible while minimizing collateral economic & social damage. And they will come in weeks, not years. Find Treatments Not only that, but what if we found a treatment in the next few weeks? Any day we buy gets us closer to that. Right now, there are already several candidates, such as Favipiravir or Chloroquine. What if it turned out that in two months we discovered a treatment for the coronavirus? How stupid would we look if we already had millions of deaths following a mitigation strategy? Understand the Cost-Benefits All of the factors above can help us save millions of lives. That should be enough. Unfortunately, politicians can’t only think about the lives of the infected. They must think about all the population, & heavy social distancing measures have an impact on others. Right now we have no idea how different social distancing measures reduce transmission. We also have no clue what their economic & social costs are. Isn’t it a bit difficult to decide what measures we need for the long term if we don’t know their cost or benefit? A few weeks would give us enough time to start studying them, understand them, prioritize them, & decide which ones to follow. Fewer cases, more understanding of the problem, building up assets, understanding the virus, understanding the cost-benefit of different measures, educating the public… These are some core tools to fight the virus, & we just need a few weeks to develop many of them. Wouldn’t it be dumb to commit to a strategy that throws us instead, unprepared, into the jaws of our enemy? 4. The Hammer & the Dance Now we know that the Mitigation Strategy is probably a terrible choice, & that the Suppression Strategy has a massive short-term advantage. But people have rightful concerns about this strategy: • How long will it actually last? • How expensive will it be? • Will there be a second peak as big as if we didn’t do anything? Here, we’re going to look at what a true Suppression Strategy would look like. We can call it the Hammer & the Dance. The Hammer First, you act quickly & aggressively. For all the reasons we mentioned above, given the value of time, we want to quench this thing as soon as possible. One of the most important questions is: How long will this last? The fear that everybody has is that we will be locked inside our homes for months at a time, with the ensuing economic disaster & mental breakdowns. This idea was unfortunately entertained in the famous Imperial College paper: Do you remember this chart? The light blue area that goes from end of March to end of August is the period that the paper recommends as the Hammer, the initial suppression that includes heavy social distancing. If you’re a politician & you see that one option is to kill hundreds of thousands or millions of people with a mitigation strategy & the other is to stop the economy for five months before going through the same peak of cases & deaths again, these don’t sound like compelling options. But this doesn’t need to be so. This paper, driving policy today, has been brutally criticized for core flaws: They ignore contact tracing (at the core of policies in South Korea, China, or Singapore among others) or travel restrictions (critical in China), ignore the impact of big crowds… The time needed for the Hammer is weeks, not months. This graph shows the new cases in the entire Hubei region (60 million people) every day since 1/23. Within 2 weeks, the country was starting to get back to work. Within ~5 weeks it was completely under control. And within 7 weeks the new diagnostics was just a trickle. Let’s remember this was the worst region in China. Remember again that these are the orange bars. The grey bars, the true cases, had plummeted much earlier. The measures they took were pretty similar to the ones taken in Italy, Spain, or France: isolations, quarantines, people had to stay at home unless there was an emergency or had to buy food, contact tracing, testing, more hospital beds, travel bans… They were, however, more strict: for example, people were limited to one person per household allowed to leave home every three days to buy food. Also, their enforcement was severe. It is likely that this severity stopped the epidemic faster, but the current lockdowns in Europe are likely to have a similar result, even if not as fast. Can we stay home for a few weeks to make sure millions don’t die? I think we can. It depends on what comes next, though. The Dance If you hammer the coronavirus, within a few weeks you’ve controlled it & you’re in much better shape to address it. Now comes the longer-term effort to keep this virus contained until there’s a vaccine. This is probably the single biggest, most important mistake people make when thinking about this stage: they think it will keep them home for months. This is not the case at all. In fact, it is likely that our lives will go back to close to normal. The Dance in Successful Countries How come South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Japan have had cases for a long time, in the case of South Korea thousands of them, and yet they’re not locked down home? Coronavirus: South Korea seeing a 'stabilising trend' South Korea's Foreign Minister, Kang Kyung-wha, says she thinks early testing has been the key to South Korea's low… www.bbc.com In this video, the South Korea Foreign Minister explains how her country did it. It was pretty simple: efficient testing, efficient tracing, travel bans, efficient isolating, & efficient quarantining. This paper explains Singapore’s approach: Interrupting transmission of COVID-19: lessons from containment efforts in Singapore Highlight. Despite multiple importations resulting in local chains of transmission, Singapore has been able to control… academic.oup.com Want to guess their measures? The same ones as in South Korea. In their case, they complemented with economic help to those in quarantine & travel bans & delays. Is it too late for other countries? No. By applying the Hammer, you’re getting a new chance, a new shot at doing this right. But what if all these measures aren’t enough? The Dance of R I call the months-long period between the Hammer & a vaccine the Dance because it won’t be a period during which measures are always the same harsh ones. Some regions will see outbreaks again, others won’t for long periods of time. Depending on how cases evolve, we will need to tighten up social distancing measures or we will be able to release them. That is the dance of R: a dance of measures between getting our lives back on track & spreading the disease, one of economy vs. healthcare. How does this dance work? It all turns around the R. If you remember, it’s the transmission rate. Early on in a standard, unprepared country, it’s somewhere between 2 & 3: During the few wks that somebody is infected, they infect between 2 & 3 other people on average. If R is above 1, infections grow exponentially into an epidemic. If it’s below 1, they die down. During the Hammer, the goal is to get R as close to zero, as fast as possible, to quench the epidemic. In Wuhan, it is calculated that R was initially 3.9, & after the lockdown & centralized quarantine, it went down to 0.32. But once you move into the Dance, you don’t need to do that anymore. You just need your R to stay below 1. And you can do a lot of that just with a few simple measures Detailed data, sources and assumptions here This is an approximation of how different types of patients respond to the virus, as well as their contagiousness. Nobody knows the true shape of this curve, but we’ve gathered data from different papers to approximate how it looks like. Every day after they contract the virus, people have some contagion potential. Together, all these days of contagion add up to 2.5 contagions on average. It is believed that there are some contagions already happening during the “no symptoms” phase. After that, as symptoms grow, usually people go do the doctor, get diagnosed, and their contagiousness diminishes. For example, early on you have the virus but no symptoms, so you behave as normal. When you speak with people, you spread the virus. When you touch your nose and then open door knob, the next people to open the door and touch their nose get infected. The more the virus is growing inside you, the more infectious you are. Then, once you start having symptoms, you might slowly stop going to work, stay in bed, wear a mask, or start going to the doctor. The bigger the symptoms, the more you distance yourself socially, reducing the spread of the virus. Once you’re hospitalized, even if you are very contagious you don’t tend to spread the virus as much since you’re isolated. This is where you can see the massive impact of policies like those of Singapore or South Korea: • If people are massively tested, they can be identified even before they have symptoms. Quarantined, they can’t spread anything. • If people are trained to identify their symptoms earlier, they reduce the number of days in blue, & hence their overall contagiousness • If people are isolated as soon as they have symptoms, the contagions from the orange phase disappear. • If people are educated about personal distance, mask-wearing, washing hands, or disinfecting spaces, they spread less virus throughout the entire period. Only when all these fail do we need heavier social distancing measures. The Return-On-Investment of Social Distancing If with all these measures we’re still way above R=1, we need to reduce the average number of people that each person meets. There are some very cheap ways to do that, like banning events with more than a certain number of people (eg, 50, 500), or asking people to work from home when they can. Other are much, much more expensive, such as closing schools & universities, asking everybody to stay home, or closing bars & restaurants. This chart is made up because it doesn’t exist today. Nobody has done enough research about this or put together all these measures in a way that can compare them. It’s unfortunate, because it’s the single most important chart that politicians would need to make decisions. It illustrates what is really going through their minds. During the Hammer period, they want to go as low as possible while still remaining tolerable. In Hubei, they went all the way to 0.32. We might not need that: maybe just to 0.5 or 0.6. But during the Dance of the R period, they want to hover as close to 1 as possible, while staying below it over the long term. What this means is that, whether leaders realize it or not, what they’re doing is: • List all the measures they can take to reduce R • Get a sense of the benefit of applying them: the reduction in R • Get a sense of their cost: the economic & social cost. • Stack-rank the initiatives based on their cost-benefit • Pick the ones that give the biggest R reduction up till 1, for the lowest cost. This is for illustrative purposes only. All data is made up. However, as far as we were able to tell, this data doesn’t exist today. It needs to. Initially, their confidence on these numbers will be low. But [still] that‘s still how they are thinking—and should be thinking about it. What they need to do is formalize the process: Understand that this is a numbers game in which we need to learn as fast as possible where we are on R, the impact of every measure on reducing R, & their social & economic costs. Only then will they be able to make a rational decision on what measures they should take. Conclusion: Buy Us Time The coronavirus is still spreading nearly everywhere. 152 countries have cases. We are [racing] against the clock. But we don’t need to be: there’s a clear way we can be thinking about this. Some countries, especially those that haven’t been hit heavily yet by the coronavirus, might be wondering: Is this going to happen to me? The answer is: It probably already has. You just haven’t noticed. When it really hits, your healthcare system will be in even worse shape than in wealthy countries where the healthcare systems are strong. Better safe than sorry, you should consider taking action now. For the countries where the coronavirus is already here, the options are clear. On one side, countries can go the mitigation route: create a massive epidemic, overwhelm the healthcare system, drive the death of millions of people, & release new mutations of this virus in the wild. On the other, countries can fight. They can lock down for a few weeks to buy us time, create an educated action plan, & control this virus until we have a vaccine. Governments around the world today, including some such as the US, the UK, Switzerland, or Netherlands have so far chosen the mitigation path. That means they’re giving up without a fight. They see other countries having successfully fought this, but they say: “We can’t do that!” What if Churchill had said the same thing? “Nazis are already everywhere in Europe. We can’t fight them. Let’s just give up.” This is what many governments around the world are doing today. They’re not giving you a chance to fight this. You have to demand it. Share the Word Unfortunately, millions of lives are still at stake. Share this article—or any similar one—if you think it can change people’s opinion. Leaders need to understand this to avert a catastrophe. The moment to act is now. ________________________________________ If you agree with this article and want the US Government to take action, please sign the White House petition to implement a Hammer-and-Dance Suppression strategy. Buy Us Time to Fight the Coronavirus and Save Millions of Lives with a Hammer-and-Dance Suppression… Our healthcare system is collapsing. It will only get worse. Mitigation-"flattening the curve"-isn't enough. We must… petitions.whitehouse.gov If you are an expert in the field & want to criticize or endorse the article or some of its parts, feel free to leave a private note here or contextually , & I will respond or address. If you want to translate this article, do it on a Medium post & leave me a private note here with your link. Here are the translations currently available: French Chinese (Traditional) German Vietnamese This article has been the result of a herculean effort by a group of normal citizens working around the clock to find all the relevant research available to structure it into one piece, in case it can help others process all the information that is out there about the coronavirus. Special thanks to Dr. Carl Juneau (epidemiology), Dr. Brandon Fainstad, Pierre Djian, Jorge Peñalva, John Hsu, Genevieve Gee, Elena Baillie, Chris Martinez, Yasemin Denari, Christine Gibson, Matt Bell, Dan Walsh, Jessica Thompson, Karim Ravji, Annie Hazlehurst, & Aishwarya Khanduja. This has been a team effort. Thank you also to Berin Szoka, Shishir Mehrotra, QVentus, Illumina, Josephine Gavignet, Mike Kidd, & Nils Barth for your advice. Thank you to my company, Course Hero, for giving me the time & freedom to focus on this. Thanks to Tito Hubert, Genevieve Gee, Pierre Djian, Jorge Peñalva, & Matt Bell. • Coronavirus • Health • Healthcare • Politics

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Colombia: Coronavirus, the sad truth (48 replies)

A lot is being written about Coronavirus, perhaps too much, but here is an excellent article, sad but true, distasteful to many, even some forum members? Here is a teaser: https://www.theguardian.com/world/commentisfree/2020/mar/23/coronavirus-rich-countries-poor-west-covid-19-developing-world … The poor, the uninsured, the disenfranchised, the information-poor and the less mobile are sitting ducks. Many western economies, including the US and the UK, have slowly pushed these people to the margins, while restricting employment benefits such as holiday pay, sick leave, and private insurance to an increasingly exclusive class. One of the reasons the British and US governments have been so slow to provide free testing, medical care and bailouts for those who’ve lost work is that these inequalities are now hardwired into the system. They cannot be undone overnight even when lives depend on it. The global economy is set up in much the same way, with winners who hoard the spoils, and losers who scratch around for the leftovers. If wealthy single countries cannot scramble to save their own people, there is no hope for any effort to extend help to countries with a fraction of the resources. But here is the tragic catch for those who think that this structural imbalance is not our problem. In this instance, national and international inequalities cannot persist without everyone losing. The realisation is just beginning to dawn upon lawmakers that the rich cannot be barricaded against the poor, no matter how high the barriers to the fortress are. Limiting the spread of the virus entails ensuring that everyone in the pool, be it local or global, is given the ability to test, self-isolate if need be, and receive treatment. Yes, to some extent this is a utopian aspiration. But it is also essentially pragmatic. We cannot extol the virtues of small government and global societies without grasping that the risk to the majority cannot be halted from spreading: viruses do not distinguish between classes and nationalities. Just as work and public life cannot be shuttered for ever, borders cannot be closed indefinitely. African countries are moving fast against coronavirus, well aware that they are on their own. But barring a miracle, or a pandemic Marshall plan by wealthier countries, if the virus explodes in poorer countries, the cataclysm will engulf everyone.

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Costa Rica: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (7 replies)

No problem getting food in Grecia. I heard that in Pali, the elderly buy in the morning and the rest later in day. I shop at Peri's and no problem. A friend of mine lives in San Ramon and talked to her a couple of days ago shelves were empty in stores. Went by Pricemart in Alajuela thinking I would stop to get a couple of things, but poked my head in to see lines VERY long and jam packed full of people. I turned around and left. I wanted to get frozen berries and they would have been unthawed by the time I got to check out. I was told by a Tica neighbor, that all you have to do is call the hospital or not sure where, and they will come to your house to test you if you want. I think that personnel at the farmacia could tell you where. I believe the schools are closed. My pastor called and is not sure yet if we can meet for church. I have not checked today, but last night googled amount of cases and deaths In Costa Rica - 35 cases and ONE death of 87 your old person. In US - 14,321 cases and 218 deaths. A small fraction of what occurs on a yearly basis for flu.

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Costa Rica: Coronavirus Info (64 replies)

Thanks for starting this thread. I live in San Isidro, Heredia and am schedule to fly to LAX in three weeks. Would love to know what to expect at SJO.

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Peru: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (6 replies)

Here in Arequipa Peru we are under lockup in other countries its called marshal law. Things are quiet, no big issues. Schools are out for who knows how long. the official john hopkins map shows us at 234 virus cases while the peru government seems to show over 300. medical items seem to be in a short supply here as else where. those that stocked up on food should be ok for a while but so far no loosing the no outside rule to allow people to gather move food.

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Jamaica: Coronavirus Info (7 replies)

Outside of banned flights and cruise ship passengers being screened, nothing is happening because nothing needs to happen. If people would follow proper hand hygiene, proper cough and sneeze protocol the likelihood of getting this virus is about the same as getting influenza A which is going around the island like wildfire. No need to panic or instill panic into people... the media is trying to do a great job of that already. The MOH is doing what they can to protect us citizens.,, but we have to protect ourselves as well and do as I said above. I’m interested is seeing what others have to say on this matter.

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France: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (3 replies)

The Post Office has posted a Notice saying that all Post Offices will be closed from tomorrow 21 March 2020. https://actu.fr/societe/coronavirus/coronavirus-fermeture-tous-bureaux-poste-demain-pas-distribution-courrier_32417519.html

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Sri Lanka: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (2 replies)

Thanks for this. I look forward to reading other peoples thoughts on this crisis.

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Belize: Coronavirus Info (46 replies)

No closing of borders yet or restrictions or quarantine however it may happen sooner than later as Honduras and Costa Rica numbers of Covid 19 increases and El Salvador and Guatemala are imposing travel bans and no Italians or chinese can enter as we speak there is an official announcement by President Bukele now.

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Ecuador: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (6 replies)

12:00 Noon Friday March 20 Greetings from the U.S. Embassy in Ecuador: We are aware of potential flight options for U.S. citizens seeking to return to the United States. To book seats on these flights, individuals should contact the company directly at 855-216-7601, 877-971-0919, and 201-526-7616. Due to the current nationwide quarantine and travel restrictions, those U.S. citizens located outside of the Guayas province may not be able to take advantage of these options. Attached is a letter from the U.S. Ambassador to Ecuador, Michael Fitzpatrick, that may assist with cross-provincial travel should individuals decide to journey to Guayaquil. Please note that the U.S. Embassy does not have confirmation from the Government of Ecuador that this document guarantees or grants special permissions for transit. The letter may be of use when presented in conjunction with a U.S. passport and proof of a confirmed flight, and a “salvoconducto” if possible. An authorized “salvoconducto” (a Government of Ecuador document) grants the driver and passengers special transit permissions. Please note there are curfews in place throughout Ecuador which must be respected by all travelers: currently country-wide from 9:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m., and with expanded curfew hours in Guayas from 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m. Travel is prohibited during these curfew periods. Please check local news sources regarding updates to curfew hours. U.S. citizens who wish to take advantage of this potential option may do so at their own discretion. For further information and ongoing updates, please use this survey link to provide your contact information: https://forms.gle/nZ7gDdJtMRPrpsEq9. We also recommend U.S. citizens regularly check the embassy’s website at https://ec.usembassy.gov/.

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Spain: Coronavirus Information & Support (No Politics) (2 replies)

Thanks for starting this thread. I'll be watching from the US. I had hoped to be in Spain temporarily for a court case, but considering the travel restrictions and the virus, I guess it's best I'm at home with family. Stay safe, everyone! My thoughts are with you in Spain!

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Chile: Coronavirus Info (5 replies)

As of the 18th March there are 228 cases in Chile. However the glitch here is that people were being charged $49,000. clp for the test which is 2-3 days salary for most workers so therefore they weren't doing it. Don't know if that has been changed or not. Can't find it. Obviously it should be free to protect everyone.

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China: Coronavirus Info (3 replies)

Is this my life now? This is the question millions are asking themselves while in quarantine around the world. I have been in my apartment for weeks in ?? (Huángshí), Hubei. I refuse to keep count of the days. It’s not helpful for this situation. What is helpful, I have found, is to create a very detailed routine. Fill each day with a to-do list, mini rituals, and hobbies. I hope you can get some ideas from how I have decided to craft my days in a situation that feels out of control. Take control of your time, your health, and your mindset. Let this guide be an outline. If you are one of the lucky ones able to walk freely, I envy you. But you could learn something from how I spend a typical day focused on the now, living with intent and purpose. Since we are at the mercy of how the various news outlets decide to cover the outbreak to any degree that will get the most attention, it’s usually in the most theatrical light possible. This will take a toll on your mood, motivation, and perceived level of safety. It’s not as bad as they say in some aspects while on the other hand, it’s wreaking havoc on the human condition. What I mean by this is that it’s not so bad for a healthy individual to catch the virus. It’s equivalent to the common flu in many cases. The real detriment is what quarantine, misinformation, and panic can do to a person on a mental and emotional level. This is why my routine includes avoiding too much media exposure. I start my day by waking up naturally. I let the sunlight tell me when it’s time to rise. I’ve reset my sleep patterns and now wake at 6:45. I immediately drink water and do some mobility work to signal my body to support my mind since shortly after I will tackle my “to-do” list that I made the night before. The To-Do List The list is of paramount importance. I divide it into 3 categories. The first being activities that I find pleasure in doing but must nonetheless be accomplished. This can include ?Water the plants, deadhead the spent blooms, add fertilizer ?Write gratitudes and reflect on goals ?Practice handstand The second category is a little more demanding. It requires more focus that comes with being fully awake and present. This category should include activities that will catapult you ever so closer toward a goal that you set for yourself. For me this includes ?Study Chinese online with eChineseLearning ?Write 10 pages of a novel ?Send 5 messages to friends or family to keep in touch The third category includes things that are not of great importance but need to be done to maintain order in my home. This list generally includes things like ?Buy bulbs and change light sockets ?Restock refrigerator ?Dust and wipe down surfaces ?Pushups, jump squats, and Russian twists ?Reply to emails In between doing my to-do list, I have my own little rituals that keep me grounded. For example, before doing my handstand practice I make coffee with a French press to rev me up. And since I take Chinese class online I like to listen to some Chinese music or read Chinese comics to shift gears in my brain. I find that maintaining routine while seeing progress in everything I accomplish in my to-do list keeps me so busy and satisfied that I don’t have time to feel very many negative emotions. That’s not to say that certain negative emotions are bad or at all uncommon. Feeling trapped, bored, or lonely are 100% normal. That’s where the physical activity and studies help so much. Make it a point to be physical in some way. It releases serotonin and boosts your mood so much more than drinking or binging in movies ever could. Also, prioritize learning something new. I am putting a focus on speaking Chinese conversationally as well as really understanding root characters and radicals. It challenges my mind and gives me more control over the thoughts that surface as well as how I react to them. I hope you all have access to the internet. If so, you can get an extra month of free classes right now with the same language company I use. eChineseLearning will give you a trial lesson online for free. Just mention my name. Or just join their WeChat group to learn interesting topics about Chinese by adding jenniferzhu6. On the days that you need some socialization and entertainment download extensions or apps that allow movie watching online with friends. You could also do online gaming or simply use the screen share option in some messengers. If you play an instrument organize a jam night with friends online. If you have a hobby that you are good at, consider sharing it with the world. Do a makeup tutorial and hold a live stream on social media so you can communicate with people in real-time. There are so many ways to be social without having to be in the same room as someone. In the future, I definitely want to be surrounded by familiar faces and exchange much needed hugs, but until then these ideas do just fine. Beyond these have a project you can work on that will give you something to look forward to. I am planning an epic bike ride. I am mapping out routes in a few countries and have a lot to look forward to. The fact that I plan to cycle through China really gives me motivation and direction in my studies. They tie into one another as do a couple of my other to-do list items. It’s the ultimate way to spend my day, in my opinion. Give yourself a purpose. Include a mix of activities to work on each day that needs both immediate attention as well as offer future benefits. Schedule in physical activity as well as social events. You’ll be much more eager to start your day, you’ll feel good, and keep busy too. Overall, you will create a well-rounded version of yourself and when the day comes for you get to integrate back into the big wide world, you’ll be better for it. Recently Italy and New Rochelle, New York has put its citizens on lockdown. I am thinking about you all and can empathize. To everyone affected by the coronavirus, I hope you get the most out of each and every day. Stay strong, everybody. Kevin Pierce is an English teacher and student in China who writes short fiction and loves sports.

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Mexico: Expat Coronavirus Report (4 replies)

So far in Cabo, Mexico everything is quiet and we see little change other than reduced tourism. Costco appears to be busier than usual but no lines and everything calm and orderly. Shelves have most supplies other than hand cleaner. Plenty of food stock available. With temperatures slightly above 76 degrees and sunshine we are told that the virus becomes less virulent.

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Belize: Expat Coronavirus Report (7 replies)

TY also anyone interested in facts and statistics worldwide can visit this link to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6

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Nicaragua: Coronavirus Info (15 replies)

Best to assume we are all going to die. Then, if we don't we can be happy till the next plague! The culture and poor sanitation here will make it a fast spreading disease. The government is making reasonable efforts to head it off. Some of these policies have been in place for a long time, such as the crack down on illegal aliens at the southern border and fever screening at the airport. Last year's regional dengue outbreak was met with considerable Minsa activity and I believe they will be on top of things as best they can. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, wash your filthy hands and avoid crowds and schools. build your immune system thru diet, exercise, and vitamins and hope for the best.

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Colombia: Coronavirus on cruise ship - analysis (4 replies)

This is interesting: https://wattsupwiththat.com/2020/03/16/diamond-princess-mysteries/ And also somewhat heartening.

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Panama: Expat Coronavirus Report (10 replies)

I just read on Reuters that Panama is not letting in any non resident foreigners. Can anyone confirm that ?

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Colombia: Coronavirus Info (105 replies)

I think that the 19-year-old is a Colombian woman who had been in Italy, and who arrived in Bogotá, already showing symptoms. Since then, there are at least two more cases in Colombia, according to El Tiempo. One is a 34 year old man in Buga; the other is a 50 year old woman in Medellín. Both arrived on March 2, from Spain. The Buga case went straight home to his family, despite exhibiting symptoms. He was eventually diagnosed and is currently in isolation in the hospital. The woman in Medellín also went home to her family, and also was showing symptoms. She stayed at home and notified a medical emergency service, which sent doctors to her home to test for the virus. She did indeed have it, and is now in isolation in the hospital. It seems as though in these few cases, the response was sensible and well-conducted. The mayor of Buga was a bit exercised that no one at the airport had thought to do any testing on people arriving from places where there are a lot of cases, such as Spain. I guess the main thing is not to panic, keep informed, and wash your hands a lot. (That last bit is what I keep seeing from the U.S.)

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Philippines: Coronavirus (238 replies)

First Death outside China of Coroavirus reported in Philippines. 44 year old Chinese man. . This guy was in a Philippines hospital for week get the best of care. Health secretary Francisco Duque III said the patient was “stable and showed signs of improvement”, but his condition deteriorated rapidly over 24 hours. Developed severe pneumonia. As I have said before the pneumonia vaccine may help the second part of this flu severe pneumonia but only if you get the vaccine weeks before the Coroavirus.

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Costa Rica: Expat Coronavirus Report (3 replies)

Now all schools in CR are closed until April 13th. All bars, discos and casinos are closed. On Wed. March 18th at midnight the borders will be closed. Wed. at midnight only Ticos and residents will be allowed to enter CR and will be subject to 14 days quarantine.

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Colombia: Coronavirus maps (4 replies)

A new topic just so maps can be found more easily, if you care to track the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus and the latest numbers - links may not match exactly with other links, some of which may not be being updated as frequently or at all: https://www.bing.com/covid https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/cases-in-us.html https://www.livescience.com/coronavirus-updates-united-states.html https://www.wect.com/2020/03/16/interactive-map-track-all-reported-coronavirus-cases-world/ https://www.theguardian.com/world/ng-interactive/2020/mar/16/coronavirus-map-us-latest-cases-state-by-state

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Vietnam: Coronavirus Info (4 replies)

I have been here since January, if it wasn't in the news, you wouldn't even know it was around. Perfectly fine. More cases in US than in Vietnam.

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New Zealand: Coronavirus Info (2 replies)

nice topic

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Thailand: Coronavirus Info (3 replies)

The school at which I work put out word if you leave Thailand, upon return you must put yourself into a 14-day (and that's 14 FULL days) self imposed quarantine, then get a doctor's certificate of no infection. They will be checking passports. It's getting serious.

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Panama: Coronavirus Info (16 replies)

Coronavirus update. Panama had its first diagnosed case of COVID-19 on March 9, a Panamanian returning from a trip to Spain. She is doing well at home, visited daily by a public health nurse. On the other hand, a 64-year-old man has died of the virus. He was an educator and had been in contact with many who had travelled to Europe recently. Nobody knew he was sick with COVID-19, because of his underlying health problems. He had been treated in an ICU. So it seems the genie is out of the bottle in Panama, now with 8 confirmed cases, and 66 potential cases due to the contacts of the man who passed away. In consequence, the Ministry of Health has banned large public meetings, markets, and sporting events in the city, and closed schools until early April in the districts of Panama Norte, Panama Centro, and San Miguelito. In other developments, the Ministry designated a third public hospital, Santo Tómas, to receive patients, in addition to San Miguel Arcangel and Susanna Jones hospitals. The ministry also carried out an inventory of all ICU beds in the city, and is negotiating with private hospitals over their acceptance of COVID-19 patients should the need arise. In summary, this is a very dynamic situation all over the world.

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Uruguay: Coronavirus Info (9 replies)

American Airlines has announced cancellation of the MVD-MIA flights as of May 7 due to economic affects of Corona virus. We're shocked....

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Mexico: Coronavirus Info (3 replies)

Monterrey: No reported cases as yet. N95 masks wholesale price, $400MXN per box of 50.

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Portugal: Coronavirus In Portugal (1 reply)

Portugal announced today two confirmed cases of coronavirus in the North / Porto area: https://www.theportugalnews.com/news/covid-19-first-two-confirmed-cases-in-portugal/53202?fbclid=IwAR00jcIaM64jhnS_DgZE5-bZPlf1GDaUhu-wG5StZQkWsOAwn655313ube4

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France: Coronavirus Info (3 replies)

I’m leaving for Paris this week from Newark this week. I’ll let you know!

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Colombia: Coronavirus: Safer in Colombia than USA? (2 replies)

I am going to Cartagena on the 20th of March. Would it be better idea to wait out the outbreak in the USA or Colombia? Thoughts?

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Germany: Coronavirus Info (1 reply)

Hey guys, if you are an employer and you have to apply for "Kurzarbeit" for your company.... Here are the two documents you have to fill out, they have been translated into English by us, as the governemt only offered the German version: https://www.steuerberater.com/anzeige-ueber-arbeitsausfall Good luck with your company during this Corona-time

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Chad Travel Warning (11/04/16)
Turkey Travel Warning (10/24/16)
Ethiopia Travel Warning (10/21/16)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (10/19/16)
Bahamas Travel Warning (10/19/16)
Haiti Travel Warning (10/07/16)
Syria Travel Warning (10/11/16)
Congo Travel Warning (10/07/16)
Cuba Travel Warning (10/03/16)
Laos Travel Alert (10/05/16)
Haiti Travel Warning (10/02/16)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (10/05/16)
Jamaica Travel Warning (10/01/16)
South Pacific Tropical Cyclone Season Travel Alert (10/06/16)
The Bahamas Travel Warning (10/01/16)
Yemen Travel Warning (10/06/16)
Pakistan Travel Warning (10/07/16)
Democratic Republic of the Congo Travel Warning (09/29/16)
Tunisia Travel Warning (09/29/16)
Turkey Travel Warning (09/23/16)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (09/09/16)
Eritrea Travel Warning (08/31/16)
Turkey Travel Warning (08/29/16)
Israel, The West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (08/23/16)
Iran Travel Warning (08/22/16)
Cameroon Travel Warning (08/19/16)
Ethiopia Travel Warning (08/19/16)
North Korea Travel Warning (08/11/16)
Congo Travel Warning (08/08/16)
Honduras Travel Warning (08/03/16)
Nigeria Travel Warning (08/03/16)
Lebanon Travel Warning (07/29/16)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (07/27/16)
Turkey Travel Warning (07/26/16)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (07/27/16)
Haiti Travel Warning (07/18/16)
Turkey Travel Warning (07/26/16)
France Nice Terror Attack (07/15/16)
Kenya Travel Warning (07/13/16)
Republic of South Sudan Travel Warning (07/10/16)
Venezuela Travel Warning (07/07/16)
Iraq Travel Warning (07/07/16)
Bangladesh Travel Warning (07/06/16)
Mali Travel Warning (07/01/16)
Laos Travel Warning (07/01/16)
Kenya Travel Warning (06/30/16)
Nicaragua Travel Warning (06/29/16)
Turkey Travel Warning (06/28/16)
Yemen Travel Warning (06/28/16)
Turkey Travel Warning (06/27/16)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (06/22/16)
Ukraine Travel Warning (06/17/16)
Haiti Travel Warning (06/10/16)
Libya Travel Warning (06/09/16)
Hurricane and Typhoon Season 2016 Travel Warning (06/03/16)
Europe Travel Warning (05/31/16)
Somalia Travel Warning (05/24/16)
Somalia Travel Warning (05/26/16)
North Korea Travel Warning (05/15/16)
Philippines Travel Warning (04/21/16)
Mali Travel Warning (04/21/16)
Chad Travel Warning (04/18/16)
Mexico Travel Warning (04/15/16)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (04/14/16)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (04/11/16)
Pakistan Travel Warning (04/07/16)
Colombia Travel Warning (04/05/16)
Laos Travel Warning (03/30/16)
Syria Travel Warning (03/31/16)
Turkey Travel Warning (03/29/16)
Tunisia Travel Warning (04/01/16)
Djibouti Travel Warning (03/28/16)
Europe Travel Warning (03/22/16)
Turkey Travel Warning (03/17/16)
Congo Travel Warning (03/16/16)
Iran Travel Warning (03/14/16)
Haiti Travel Warning (03/11/16)
Iran Travel Warning (03/14/16)
Haiti Travel Warning (03/11/16)
Burundi Travel Warning (03/11/16)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (03/02/16)
Laos Travel Warning (03/07/16)
Algeria Travel Warning (03/01/16)
Turkey Travel Warning (02/29/16)
Tunisia Travel Warning (02/29/16)
Mali Travel Warning (02/26/16)
Mauritania Travel Warning (02/23/16)
Niger Travel Warning (02/18/16)
Laos Travel Warning (02/11/16)
Nigeria Travel Warning (02/05/16)
Turkey Travel Warning (02/04/16)
Iran Travel Warning (01/29/16)
Uganda Travel Warning (01/22/16)
Sudan Travel Warning (01/21/16)
Niger Travel Warning (01/21/16)
Burkina Faso Travel Warning (01/20/16)
Mexico Travel Warning (01/19/16)
El Salvador Travel Warning (01/15/16)
Haiti Travel Warning (01/11/16)
Sudan Travel Warning (12/31/15)
Tunisia Travel Warning (12/29/15)
Cameroon Travel Warning (12/22/15)
Israel, The West Bank & Gaza Travel Warning (12/16/15)
Seychelles Travel Warning (12/15/15)
Ukraine Travel Warning (12/14/15)
Burundi Travel Warning (12/13/15)
Lebanon Travel Warning (12/11/15)
Kenya Travel Warning (12/11/15)
Congo Travel Warning (12/04/15)
Iraq Travel Warning (12/04/15)
Mali Travel Warning (12/07/15)
Burkina Faso Travel Alert (12/01/15)
Worldwide Travel Alert Worldwide Travel Alert (11/23/15)
North Korea Travel Warning (11/20/15)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (11/19/15)
Belgium Embassy Message (11/21/15)
Kenya Travel Warning (11/10/15)
Chad Travel Warning (11/10/15)
Bangladesh Travel Warning (11/10/15)
Burundi Travel Warning (11/03/15)
Honduras Travel Warning (10/30/15)
Philippines Travel Warning (10/21/15)
Iraq Travel Warning (10/19/15)
Burkina Faso Travel Warning (10/09/15)
Nepal Travel Warning (10/08/15)
Burma Travel Warning (10/07/15)
Chad Travel Warning (10/02/15)
Somalia Travel Warning (10/01/15)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (09/30/15)
Cameroon Travel Warning (09/30/15)
Tunisia Travel Warning (09/29/15)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (09/21/15)
West Africa - Ebola Travel Warning (09/21/15)
Burkina Faso Travel Warning (09/21/15)
Venezuela Travel Warning (09/18/15)
Sierra Leone Travel Warning (09/17/15)
Libya Travel Warning (09/16/15)
West Africa Travel Warning (09/15/15)
Iraq Travel Warning (09/14/15)
Burkina Faso Travel Alert (09/04/15)
Tanzania Travel Warning (09/04/15)
Turkey Travel Warning (09/03/15)
Tunisia Travel Warning (08/31/15)
Chad Travel Warning (09/11/15)
Pakistan Travel Warnings (08/28/15)
Syria Travel Warning (08/27/15)
Algeria Travel Warning (08/26/15)
Thailand Travel Warning (08/17/15)
Haiti Travel Warning (08/07/15)
Iran Travel Warning (08/05/15)
Haiti Travel Warning (08/05/15)
Cameroon Travel Warning (08/05/15)
Nigeria Travel Warning (07/27/15)
Djibouti Travel Warning (07/17/15)
Niger Travel Warning (07/17/15)
Ukraine Travel Warning (07/16/15)
Tunisia Travel Warning (07/16/15)
West Africa (07/14/15)
Kenya Travel Warning (07/13/15)
Nepal Travel Warning (07/02/15)
Sudan Travel Warning (07/01/15)
El Salvador Travel Warning (06/22/15)
Iraq Travel Warning (06/22/15)
The Sudan Travel Warning (06/15/15)
Colombia Travel Warning (06/05/15)
Lebanon Travel Warning (05/29/15)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (05/22/15)
Philippines Travel Warning (05/20/15)
Ethiopia Travel Warning (05/15/15)
Burundi Travel Warning (05/14/15)
Kenya Travel Warning (05/13/15)
Burundi Travel Warning (05/08/15)
Mali Travel Warning (05/07/15)
Eritrea Travel Warning (05/06/15)
Mexico Travel Warning (05/05/15)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (05/01/15)
Iraq Travel Warning (04/29/15)
Nepal Travel Warning (04/27/15)
North Korea Travel Warning (04/23/15)
Mexico Travel Warning (04/13/15)
Yemen Travel Warning (04/03/15)
Syria Travel Warning (03/03/15)
Honduras Travel Warning (03/02/15)
Chad Travel Warning (02/26/15)
Nigeria Travel Warning (02/25/15)
Algeria Travel Warning (02/24/15)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (02/24/15)
Pakistan Travel Warning (02/24/15)
Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza Travel Warning (02/18/15)
Lesotho Travel Warning (02/13/15)
Yemen Travel Warning (02/11/15)
Sierra Leone Travel Warning (02/05/15)
Cameroon Travel Warning (02/04/15)
West Africa Travel - Ebola Travel Warning (02/02/15)
Nigeria Travel Warning (02/02/15)
Liberia Travel Warning (01/21/15)
Libya Travel Warning (01/20/15)
Iran Travel Warning (01/16/15)
Mali Travel Warning (01/13/15)
Chad Travel Warning (01/08/15)
Sudan Travel Warning (01/07/15)
Ukraine Travel Warning (01/05/15)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (01/09/15)
Mexico Travel Warning (12/24/14)
Worldwide Travel Alert (12/19/14)
Mali Travel Warning (12/18/14)
Venezuela Travel Warning (12/11/14)
Haiti Travel Warning (12/04/14)
Ebola - Travel to Parts of West Africa Travel Warning (12/02/14)
Lebanon Travel Warning (11/26/14)
Democratic Republic of the Congo Travel Warning (11/25/14)
Djibouti Travel Warning (11/25/14)
El Salvador Travel Warning (11/21/14)
Philippines Travel Warning (11/20/14)
Colombia Travel Warning (11/14/14)
Syria Travel Warning (11/12/14)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (11/05/14)
Burkina Faso Travel Alert (10/31/14)
Sudan Travel Warning (10/30/14)
Burundi Travel Warning (10/30/14)
Somalia Travel Warning (10/24/14)
Russian Federation Travel Alert (10/24/14)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (10/10/14)
Mexico Travel Warning (10/10/14)
Mauritania Travel Warning (10/07/14)
Lesotho Travel Warning (09/30/14)
Yemen Travel Warning (09/25/14)
Lesotho Travel Warning (09/18/14)
Mozambique Travel Warning (09/18/14)
Eritrea Travel Warning (09/12/14)
Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza (09/10/14)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (09/05/14)
Lesotho Travel Warning (09/03/14)
Ukraine Travel Warning (08/29/14)
West Africa Travel Warning (08/28/14)
Iraq Travel Warning (08/10/14)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (08/08/14)
Pakistan Travel Warning (08/08/14)
Nigeria Travel Warning (08/08/14)
Liberia Travel Warning (08/07/14)
Cameroon Travel Warning (08/06/14)
Ukraine Travel Warning (08/01/14)
Guinea Travel Warning (07/31/14)
Liberia Travel Warning (07/31/14)
Sierra Leone CDC Travel Warning (07/31/14)
Libya Travel Warning (07/26/14)
Russian Federation Travel Alert (07/22/14)
Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza Travel Warning (07/21/14)
Yemen Travel Warning (07/21/14)
Chad Travel Warning (06/30/14)
Honduras Travel Warning (06/24/14)
Thailand Travel Alert (06/20/14)
Kenya Travel Warning (06/19/14)
Iraq Travel Warning (06/16/14)
Djibouti Travel Warning (06/08/14)
Ukraine Travel Warning (06/05/14)
Venezuela Travel Warning (06/04/14)
Thailand Travel Alert (05/28/14)
Libya Travel Warning (05/27/14)
Iran Travel Warning (05/22/14)
North Korea Travel Warning (05/20/14)
Philippines Travel Warning (05/19/14)
Kenya Travel Warning (05/17/14)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (05/13/14)
Ukraine Travel Warning (05/08/14)
Nigeria Travel Warning (05/06/14)
Syria Travel Warning (05/05/14)
El Salvador Travel Warning (04/25/14)
Cameroon Travel Warning (04/25/14)
Congo Travel Warning (04/23/14)
South Sudan Travel Warning (04/23/14)
Ukraine Travel Warning (04/16/14)
Chad Travel Warning (04/15/14)
Colombia Travel Warning (04/14/14)
Sudan Travel Warning (04/10/14)
Kenya Travel Warning (04/04/14)
Burundi Travel Warning (04/03/14)
Nigeria Travel Warning (03/27/14)
Ukraine Travel Warning (03/21/14)
Mali Travel Warning (03/21/14)
Egypt Travel Alert (03/18/14)
Russian Federation Travel Alert (03/14/14)
Mauritania Travel Warning (03/14/14)
Haiti Travel Warning (03/12/14)
Iraq Travel Warning (03/06/14)
Ukraine Travel Warning (02/28/14)
Egypt Travel Warning (02/21/14)
Ukraine Travel Warning (02/20/14)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (02/20/14)
Thailand Travel Alert (02/14/14)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (02/11/14)
Somalia Travel Warning (02/07/14)
Algeria Travel Warning (02/06/14)
Pakistan Travel Warning (02/05/14)
Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza Travel Warning (02/03/14)
Lebanon Travel Warning (01/31/14)
Egypt Travel Warning (01/30/14)
Yemen Travel Warning (01/28/14)
Ukraine Travel Warning (01/24/14)
Russian Federation Travel Warning (01/24/14)
Thailand Travel Warning (01/19/14)
South Pacific Cyclone Season (01/15/14)
Philippines Travel Warning (01/10/14)
Russia Travel Alert (01/10/14)
Mexico Travel Warning (01/09/14)
Nigeria Travel Warning (01/08/14)
Egypt Travel Alert (01/06/14)
South Sudan Travel Warning (01/03/14)
Honduras Travel Warning (12/24/13)
Egypt Travel Alert (12/18/13)
Madagascar Travel Alert (12/12/13)
South Sudan Travel Warning (12/17/13)
Libya Travel Warning (12/12/13)
Venezuela Travel Warning (11/22/13)
Iran Travel Warning (11/21/13)
Korea Travel Warning (11/19/13)
Eritrea Travel Warning (11/18/13)
Bangladesh Travel Alert (12/03/13)
Mali Travel Alert (11/21/13)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (11/14/13)
Egypt Travel Warning (11/06/13)
Mozambique Travel Alert (11/08/13)
Nepal Travel Alert (11/01/13)
Congo Travel Warning (10/24/13)
Sudan Travel Warning (10/22/13)
Madagascar Travel Alert (10/16/13)
Sudan Travel Warning (10/11/13)
Burundi Travel Warning (10/11/13)
Colombia Travel Warning (10/11/13)
Chad Travel Warning (10/10/13)
Lebanon Travel Warning (10/09/13)
Syria Travel Warning (10/07/13)
Tunisia Travel Warning (10/04/13)
Lebanon Travel Warning (10/03/13)
Korea Travel Warning (10/01/13)
Kenya Travel Warning (09/27/13)
Guinea Travel Alert (09/25/13)
Pakistan Travel Warning (09/06/13)
Guinea Travel Alert (09/10/13)
Turkey Travel Warning (09/06/13)
Lebanon Travel Warning (09/06/13)
Iraq Travel Warning (09/05/13)
Algeria Travel Warning (08/23/13)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (08/23/13)
Egypt Travel Warning (08/15/13)
Haiti Travel Warning (08/13/13)
El Salvador Travel Warning (08/09/13)
Pakistan Travel Warning (08/08/13)
Yemen Travel Warning (08/06/13)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (07/25/13)
Mali Travel Warning (07/18/13)
Worldwide Travel Alert (08/02/13)
Mali Travel Warning (07/10/13)
Mali Travel Warning (07/18/13)
Yemen Travel Warning (07/16/13)
Niger Travel Warning (07/15/13)
Mexico Travel Warning (07/12/13)
Kenya Travel Warning (07/05/13)
Haiti Travel Warning (07/05/13)
Egypt Travel Warning (07/03/13)
Mali Travel Alert (07/10/13)
Guinea Travel Alert (06/27/13)
Guinea Travel Warning (06/18/13)
Somalia Travel Warning (06/21/13)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (06/19/13)
Honduras Travel Warning (06/17/13)
Niger Travel Warning (06/14/13)
Chad Travel Warning (06/11/13)
Libya Travel Warning (06/07/13)
Nigeria Travel Warning (06/04/13)
Turkey Travel Alert (06/04/13)
Cameroon Travel Alert (05/31/13)
Iran Travel Alert (05/29/13)
Egypt Travel Alert (05/15/13)
Iran Travel Warning (05/24/13)
Mauritania Travel Warning (05/21/13)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (05/16/13)
Eritrea Travel Warning (05/10/13)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (05/10/13)
Libya Travel Warning (05/09/13)
Congo Travel Warning (04/22/13)
Burundi Travel Warning (04/16/13)
Sudan Travel Warning (04/16/13)
Colombia Travel Warning (04/11/13)
Pakistan Travel Warning (04/09/13)
Lebanon Travel Warning (04/01/13)
South Sudan Travel Warning (03/29/13)
Mali Travel Warning (03/22/13)
Egypt Travel Alert (03/29/13)
North Korea Travel Warning (03/14/13)
Guinea Travel Warning (03/14/13)
Sudan Travel Warning (03/13/13)
Tunisia Travel Warning (03/13/13)
Libya Travel Warning (03/11/13)
Syria Travel Warning (03/01/13)
Iraq Travel Warning (02/25/13)
Kenya Travel Alert (02/28/13)
Algeria Travel Warning (02/19/13)
Egypt Travel Alert (02/06/13)
Philippines Travel Warning (01/30/13)
Libya Travel Warning (01/02/13)
Kenya Travel Warning (01/14/13)
Niger Travel Warning (01/13/13)
Mali Travel Warning (01/18/13)
El Salvador Travel Warning (01/23/13)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (01/29/13)
Mauritania Travel Warning (05/24/12)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (05/18/12)
Lebanon Travel Warning (05/08/12)
Algeria Travel Warning (05/04/12)
Iran Travel Warning (04/23/12)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (04/23/12)
Bahrain Travel Warning (04/25/12)
Tunisia Travel Warning (04/17/12)
Guinnea-Bissau Travel Warning (04/13/12)
Egypt Travel Warning (03/29/12)
Burundi Travel Warning (04/18/12)
Eritrea Travel Warning (04/18/12)
Mali Travel Warning (04/09/12)
Niger Travel Warning (04/06/12)
Kenya Travel Warning (04/04/12)
Chad Travel Warning (03/29/12)
Yemen Travel Warning (03/27/12)
Israel, The West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (03/19/12)
Syria Travel Warning (03/06/12)
Colombia Travel Warning (02/21/12)
Mexico Travel Warning (02/08/12)
Syria Travel Warning (02/06/12)
Pakistan Travel Warning (02/02/12)
Panama Travel Warning (02/05/12)
Bahrain Travel Alert (01/23/12)
Tunisia Travel Warning (01/13/12)
Chile Travel Warning (01/10/12)
Iraq (01/19/12)
Congo Travel Warning (01/12/12)
Nigeria Travel Warning (01/12/12)
Sudan Travel Warning (01/11/12)
Syria Travel Warning (01/11/12)
Philippines Travel Warning (01/05/12)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (01/04/12)
Republic of South Sudan Travel Warning (12/22/11)
Syria Travel Warning (12/21/11)
Chile Travel Alert (12/30/11)
Philippines Travel Alert (12/22/11)
Senegal Travel Warning (12/12/11)
South Pacific Region Travel Alert (12/12/11)
Congo Travel Alert (12/09/11)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (12/16/11)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (12/01/11)
South Pacific Region (12/01/11)
Burundi Travel Warning (11/25/11)
Bahrain Travel Alert (11/18/11)
Thailand Travel Alert (11/16/11)
Liberia Travel Warning (11/09/11)
Egypt Travel Warning (11/07/11)
Congo Travel Alert (11/03/11)
Thailand Travel Alert (10/28/11)
Eritrea Travel Warning (11/04/11)
Kenya Travel Warning (11/04/11)
Guinea Travel Warning (11/04/11)
North Korea Travel Warning (11/03/11)
India Travel Alert (10/18/11)
Congo Travel Alert (10/13/11)
Worldwide Travel Alert (10/11/11)
Japan Travel Alert (10/07/11)
Tunisia Travel Alert (10/05/11)
Worldwide Travel Alert (10/01/11)
Iran Travel Warning (10/21/11)
Nigeria Travel Warning (10/13/11)
Lebanon Travel Warning (10/12/11)
Mauritania Travel Warning (10/12/11)
Mali Travel Warning (10/04/11)
Bhutan Travel Alert (09/23/11)
India Travel Alert (09/23/11)
Nepal Travel Alert (09/23/11)
Syria Travel Warning (09/30/11)
Libya Travel Warning (09/22/11)
Algeria Travel Warning (09/19/11)
Syria Travel Warning (09/15/11)
Iraq Travel Warning (09/13/11)
Yemen Travel Warning (09/02/11)
Libya Travel Warning (08/23/11)
9-11 Anniversary Travel Alert (09/02/11)
Somalia Travel Warning (08/19/11)
Bahrain Travel Warning (08/19/11)
Chad Travel Warning (08/16/11)
Haiti Travel Warning (08/08/11)
Pakistan Travel Warning (08/08/01)
Zambia Travel Warning (08/11/11)
Syria Travel Warning (08/05/11)
Niger Travel Warning (08/05/11)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (08/05/11)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (07/26/11)
Colombia Travel Warning (07/22/11)
Congo Travel Warning (07/19/11)
Libya Travel Warning (07/19/11)
Japan Travel Warning (07/19/11)
Republic of South Sudan Travel Warning (07/12/11)
Tunisia Travel Warning (07/08/11)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza (06/22/11)
Sudan Travel Warning (06/22/11)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (06/15/11)
Philippines Travel Warning (06/14/11)
Burundi Travel Warning (06/01/11)
Yemen Travel Warning (05/26/11)
Japan Travel Alert (05/16/11)
Bahrain Travel Warning (05/13/11)
Worldwide Caution Travel Alert (05/01/11)
Egypt Travel Alert (04/28/11)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (04/25/11)
Syria Travel Warning (04/25/11)
Mexico Travel Warning (04/21/11)
Burkina Faso Travel Warning (04/19/11)
Nigeria Travel Warning (04/15/11)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (04/14/11)
Iraq Travel Warning (04/12/11)
Bahrain Travel Warning (04/12/11)
Japan Travel Alert (04/14/11)
Tunisia Travel Alert (04/11/11)
Lebanon Travel Warning (04/03/11)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (04/09/11)
Syria Travel Warning (04/03/11)
Japan Travel Warning (03/30/11)
Egypt Travel Warning (03/29/11)
Syria Travel Alert (03/24/11)
Bahrain Travel Warning (03/22/11)
Japan Travel Warning (03/21/11)
Bahrain Travel Warning (03/17/11)
Japan Travel Warning (03/16/11)
Algeria Travel Warning (03/16/11)
Bahrain Travel Warning (03/14/11)
Mauritania Travel Warning (03/11/11)
Japan Travel Alert (03/13/11)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (03/08/11)
Tunisia Travel Warning (03/10/11)
Japan Travel Alert (03/11/11)
Yemen Travel Warning (03/06/11)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (03/02/11)
Mali Travel Warning (03/02/11)
Eritrea Travel Warning (02/27/11)
Libya Travel Warning (02/25/11)
New Zealand Travel Alert (02/25/11)
Libya Travel Warning (02/20/11)
Egypt Travel Warning (02/18/11)
Bahrain (02/18/11)
Tunisia Travel Alert (02/18/11)
Bangladesh - ICC Cricket World Cup Travel Alert (02/17/11)
Mali Travel Warning (02/09/11)
Tunisia Travel Alert (02/09/11)
Egypt Travel Warning (02/06/11)
Pakistan Travel Warning (02/02/11)
Egypt Travel Warning (02/01/11)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (01/31/11)
United Kingdom Travel Alert (01/31/11)
Egypt Travel Warning (01/28/11)
Tunisia Travel Alert (01/28/11)
Egypt Warden Message (01/25/11)
Uganda Travel Alert (01/24/11)
Haiti Travel Warning (01/20/11)
Tunisia Travel Warning (01/16/11)
Tunisia Travel Warning (01/16/11)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (01/14/11)
Niger Travel Warning (01/12/11)
Nepal Travel Warning (01/12/11)
Sudan Travel Warning (01/07/11)
Kenya Travel Warning (12/28/10)
Somalia Travel Warning (12/27/10)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (12/23/10)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (12/19/10)
Haiti Travel Warning (12/09/10)
Mauritania Travel Warning (12/08/10)
Chad Travel Warning (12/08/10)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (12/06/10)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (12/04/10)
Warden Message South Korea (11/23/10)
Congo Travel Warning (11/25/10)
Indonesia Travel Alert (11/10/10)
Colombia Travel Warning (11/10/10)
Iraq Travel Warning (11/05/10)
Burundi Travel Warning (11/04/10)
Philippines Travel Warning (11/02/10)
St. Lucia Travel Alert (11/03/10)
Haiti Travel Alert (11/02/10)
Korea Travel Warning (10/27/10)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (10/20/10)
Nigeria Travel Warning (10/19/10)
Yemen Travel Warning (10/15/10)
Yemen Travel Warning (10/15/10)
Lebanon Travel Warning (10/08/10)
Iran Travel Warning (10/08/10)
Europe Travel Alert (10/01/10)
Ecuador Travel Warning (09/30/10)
Eritrea Travel Warning (09/24/10)
Mexico Travel Warning (09/10/10)
Worldwide Qur'an Burning Travel Alert (09/09/10)
North Korea Travel Warning (08/27/10)
Mexico Travel Warning (08/27/10)
India Travel Alert (09/01/10)
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Afghanistan Travel Warning (08/12/10)
Russian Federation (08/10/10)
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Bolivia Travel Alert (08/12/10)
Russia Travel Alert (08/06/10)
Mali Travel Warning (08/06/10)
Israel, The West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (08/05/10)
Mauritania Travel Warning (08/02/10)
China Travel Alert (07/30/10)
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Uzbekistan Travel Warning (07/22/10)
Pakistan Travel Warning (07/22/10)
Kenya Travel Alert (07/22/10)
Mexico Travel Warning (07/16/10)
Uganda Travel Warning (07/16/10)
Chad Travel Warning (07/09/10)
Haiti Travel Warning (06/24/10)
Jamaica Travel Alert (06/24/10)
Canada Travel Alert (06/17/10)
Pacific Typhoon Season Travel Alert (06/16/10)
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Israel, The West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (06/16/10)
Guinea Travel Warning (06/16/10)
Jamaica Travel Alert (06/14/10)
Nepal Travel Warning (06/15/10)
Nigeria Travel Warning (06/15/10)
Thailand Travel Warning (05/27/10)
Sri Lanka Travel Warning (05/26/10)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (05/25/10)
South Africa Travel Alert (05/25/10)
Jamaica Travel Alert (05/24/10)
Nigeria Travel Warning (05/24/10)
Burundi Travel Warning (05/19/10)
Jamaica Travel Alert (05/21/10)
Thailand Travel Warning (05/15/10)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (05/12/10)
Niger Travel Warning (05/11/10)
Mexico Travel Warning (05/06/10)
Georgia Travel Warning (05/03/10)
Mozambique Travel Alert (04/30/10)
Thailand Travel Alert (04/28/10)
Congo Travel Warning (04/21/10)
Thailand Travel Alert (04/20/10)
Mexico Travel Warning (04/16/10)
India Travel Alert (04/16/10)
Ethopia Travel Alert (04/13/10)
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Kyrgyz Travel Alert (04/09/10)
Thailand Travel Warning (04/09/10)
Philippines Travel Warning (04/02/10)
Algeria Travel Warning (04/02/10)
Lebanon Travel Warning (03/29/10)
Russia Travel Warning (03/29/10)
Iran Travel Warning (03/23/10)
Kenya Travel Warning (03/16/10)
Haiti Travel Warning (03/15/10)
Turkey Travel Alert (03/16/10)
Chile Travel Alert (03/12/10)
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Colombia Travel Warning (03/05/10)
Eritrea Travel Warning (03/02/10)
Chile Travel Alert (03/02/10)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (02/26/10)
Yemen Travel Warning (02/25/10)
Iraq Travel Warning (02/25/10)
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Pakistan Travel Warning (01/07/10)
Sudan Travel Warning (12/31/09)
India Travel Alert (01/29/09)
India Travel Alert (01/23/09)
India Travel Alert (12/09/09)
Mauritania Travel Warning (12/07/09)
Philippines Travel Alert (11/24/09)
Niger Travel Alert (11/19/09)
Chad Travel Warning (11/23/09)
Mali Travel Warning (11/19/09)
Sri Lanka Travel Warning (11/19/09)
Nepal Travel Warning (11/16/09)
Algeria Travel Warning (11/16/09)
Colombia Travel Warning (11/10/09)
Germany Travel Alert (11/11/09)
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Honduras Travel Alert (11/06/09)
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India Travel Warning (10/29/09)
Honduras Travel Alert (10/20/09)
Guinea Travel Warning (10/17/09)
Tanzania Travel Alert (10/15/09)
Guinea Travel Warning (10/01/09)
Lebanon Travel Warning (09/29/09)
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Philippines Travel Warning (09/17/09)
Congo Travel Warning (09/01/09)
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Mexico Travel Alert (08/20/09)
Eritrea Travel Warning (08/21/09)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (08/19/09)
Israel, The West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (08/14/09)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (07/29/09)
Kenya Travel Warning (07/24/09)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (07/23/09)
Burundi Travel Warning (07/22/09)
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Nigeria Travel Warning (04/17/09)
Haiti Travel Warning (07/14/09)
China Travel Alert (07/09/09)
China Travel Alert (07/09/09)
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Iran Travel Warning (07/01/09)
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Yemen Travel Warning (06/26/09)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (06/26/09)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (06/16/09)
Iraq Travel Warning (06/15/09)
China Travel Warning (06/19/09)
Gabon Travel Warning (06/15/09)
Pakistan Travel Warning (06/12/09)
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Mali Travel Warning (06/02/09)
Chad Travel Warning (06/02/09)
Nepal Travel Warning (05/22/09)
Lebanon Travel Warning (05/13/09)
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Comoros Travel Alert (05/07/09)
Yemen Travel Warning (04/24/09)
United States Travel Precaution (04/26/09)
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Sudan Travel Warning (04/08/09)
Georgia Travel Warning (04/09/09)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (04/01/09)
Italy Warden Message (04/06/09)
Yemen Travel Warning (03/26/09)
Colombia Travel Warning (03/25/09)
Madagascar Travel Warning (03/16/09)
Sudan Travel Warning (03/09/09)
Madagascar Travel Warning (03/09/09)
Bangladesh Travel Warning (03/02/09)
Algeria Travel Warning (03/04/09)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (03/04/09)
Sudan Travel Warning (02/26/09)
Pakistan Travel Warning (02/25/09)
Mexico Travel Alert (02/20/09)
French West Indies Travel Alert (02/13/09)
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Eritrea Travel Warning (02/18/09)
Syria Travel Warning (02/12/09)
Congo Travel Warning (02/07/09)
Philippines Travel Warning (01/27/09)
Haiti Travel Warning (01/28/09)
Madagascar Travel Alert (01/28/09)
Fiji Travel Alert (01/15/09)
Israel, The West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (01/15/09)
India Travel Alert (01/09/09)
Burundi Travel Warning (01/08/09)
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Sri Lanka Travel Warning (12/23/08)
India Travel Alert (12/24/08)
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India Travel Alert (12/19/08)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (12/15/08)
Georgia Travel Warning (12/12/08)
Zimbabwe Travel Warning (12/12/08)
South Pacific Travel Alert (12/10/08)
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Thailand Travel Alert (12/02/08)
Thailand Travel Alert (11/26/08)
Nigeria Travel Warning (12/02/08)
India Travel Alert (11/29/08)
Nepal Travel Warning (11/21/08)
Eritrea Travel Warning (11/15/08)
Somalia Travel Warning (11/15/08)
Nicaragua Travel Alert (11/15/08)
Pakistan Travel Warning (11/21/08)
Mexico Travel Alert (11/14/08)
Chad Travel Warning (11/14/08)
Kenya Travel Warning (11/14/08)
Yemen Travel Warning (11/10/08)
Congo Travel Warning (10/31/08)
Somalia Travel Warning (10/24/08)
Sudan Travel Warning (10/02/08)
Pakistan Travel Warning (10/01/08)
Arabian Peninsula and Persian Gulf Travel Alert (09/23/08)
Israel, The West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (09/26/08)
Yemen Travel Warning (09/17/08)
Bolivia Travel Warning (09/12/08)
Lebanon Travel Warning (09/10/08)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (09/10/08)
Georgia Travel Warning (09/12/08)
Cuba Travel Warning (09/07/08)
Georgia Travel Warning (08/23/08)
Georgia Travel Warning (08/12/08)
Yemen Travel Warning (08/13/08)
Comoros Travel Warning (08/13/08)
Georgia Travel Warning (08/09/08)
Colombia Travel Warning (08/07/08)
Pakistan Travel Warning (08/07/08)
Congo Travel Warning (07/23/08)
Timor-Leste Travel Warning (07/21/08)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (07/09/08)
Uzbekistan Travel Warnings (07/03/08)
China Travel Warnings (07/03/08)
Zimbabwe Public Announcement (06/25/08)
Chad Travel Warnings (06/23/08)
Chad Travel Warnings (06/16/08)
Sri Lanka Travel Warnings (06/13/08)
Iraq Travel Warnings (06/13/08)
Eritrea Travel Warnings (06/11/08)
China Travel Warnings (05/30/08)
Lebanon Travel Warnings (05/30/08)
Myanmar (Burma) Travel Warnings (06/03/08)
Ivory Coast Travel Warnings (06/09/08)
Somalia Travel Warnings (05/20/08)
South Africa Travel Warnings (05/21/08)
China Travel Warning (05/15/08)
Zimbabwe Travel Warning (05/14/08)
Nepal Travel Warning (05/07/08)
Myanmar (Burma) Travel Warning (05/05/08)
Burundi Travel Warning (04/22/08)
Mexico Travel Alert (02/14/08)
Burundi Travel Warning (04/22/08)
Lebanon Travel Warning (04/21/08)
Syria Travel Warning (04/15/08)
Haiti Travel Warning (04/11/08)
Zimbabwe Travel Alert (04/11/08)
Comoros Travel Alert (04/07/08)
Yemen Travel Warning (04/07/08)
Eritrea Travel Warning (03/26/08)
Algeria Travel Warning (03/26/08)
China Travel Alert (03/21/08)
Kenya Travel Warning (03/21/08)
Yemen Travel Warning (03/19/08)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (03/19/08)
China Travel Alert (03/14/08)
Tunisia Travel Alert (03/13/08)
Chad Travel Warning (02/20/08)
Sudan Travel Warning (03/14/08)
Serbia Travel Warning (02/29/08)
Guyana Travel Alert (02/26/08)
Cameroon Travel Warning (02/28/08)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warnings (01/17/08)
Nepal Travel Warning (02/25/08)
Serbia Travel Warning (02/22/08)
Zimbabwe Travel Alert (02/15/08)
Mali Public Announcement (02/15/08)
Timor-Leste Travel Warning (02/15/08)
Philippines Travel Warning (02/13/08)
Tajikistan Public Announcement (02/07/08)
Kenya Travel Warning (02/08/08)
Sri Lanka Travel Warning (02/08/08)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (02/06/08)
Colombia Travel Warning (02/05/08)
Kenya Public Announcement (01/31/08)
Chad Travel Warning (02/03/08)
Eritrea Travel Warning (01/18/08)
Democratic Republic of the Congo Travel Warning (01/08/08)
Kenya Public Announcement (01/11/08)
Kenya Public Announcement (12/31/07)
Chad Travel Warning (01/03/08)
Iran Travel Warning (01/03/08)
Algeria Travel Warning (12/26/07)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (12/19/07)
Burundi Travel Warning (12/10/07)
Cote d'Ivoire Travel Warning (12/05/07)
Bolivia Public Announcement (12/12/07)
Lebanon Public Announcement (11/23/07)
Eritrea Travel Warning (11/14/07)
Somalia Travel Warning (11/13/07)
Georgia Public Announcement (11/08/07)
Venezuela Public Announcement (11/08/07)
Middle East and North Africa Public Announcement (11/08/07)
United Arab Emirates Public Announcement (11/05/07)
Nigeria Travel Warning (10/30/07)
Mali Public Announcement (11/02/07)
Fiji Public Announcement (11/02/07)
Sri Lanka Travel Warning (10/19/07)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (10/25/07)
Burma (Myanmar) Public Announcement (10/25/07)
Mexico Public Announcement (10/24/07)
Central Asia Public Announcement (10/22/07)
Kenya Travel Warning (10/18/07)
Lebanon Travel Warning (10/17/07)
Worldwide Caution Public Announcement (10/09/07)
Zimbabwe Public Announcement (10/02/07)
Indonesia Travel Warning (10/05/07)
Timor-Leste Travel Warning (09/12/07)
Algeria Travel Warning (09/14/07)
Pakistan Travel Warning (09/21/07)
Burma Public Announcement (09/26/07)
Nepal Travel Warning (09/24/07)
Yemen Travel Warning (09/24/07)
Syria Travel Warning (09/18/07)
Ethiopia Public Announcement (09/10/07)
Hurricane Felix Public Announcement (08/31/07)
East Africa Public Announcement (08/31/07)
Greece Public Announcement (08/27/07)
Eastern Caribbean Public Announcement (08/16/07)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (08/09/07)
Burundi Travel Warning (08/09/07)
Fiji Public Announcement (08/10/07)
Iraq Travel Warning (07/23/07)
Israel, the West Bank & the Gaza strip Travel Warning (07/12/07)
Peru Public Announcement (07/13/07)
Zimbabwe Public Announcement (07/12/07)
Brazil Public Announcement (07/05/07)
Papua New Guinea Public Announcement (06/22/07)
Venezuela Public Announcement (06/22/07)
Lebanon Travel Warning (06/13/07)
Chad Travel Warning (06/12/07)
Fiji Public Announcement (06/12/07)
Colombia Travel Warning (06/04/07)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (06/01/07)
Iran Travel Warning (05/31/07)
South Africa Public Announcement (06/04/07)
Hurricane Season Public Announcement (05/31/07)
Venezuela Public Announcement (05/31/07)
Germany Public Announcement (05/25/07)
Laos Public Announcement (05/24/07)
Middle East and North Africa Travel Warning (05/14/07)
Zimbabwe Public Announcement (05/11/07)
East Timor Travel Warning (05/11/07)
Nepal Travel Warning (05/07/07)
Eritrea Travel Warning (05/02/07)
Yemen Travel Warning (04/30/07)
Philippines Travel Warning (04/27/07)
Uzbekistan (04/25/07)
Central Asia Public Announcement (04/25/07)
Congo Travel Warning (04/24/07)
Mexico Public Announcement (04/19/07)
Worldwide Caution Public Announcement (04/12/07)
Guinea Public Announcement (04/09/07)
Sri Lanka Travel Warning (04/05/07)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (04/04/07)
Congo Travel Warning (03/23/07)
Algeria Travel Warning (03/22/07)
Kenya Public Announcement (03/23/07)
Paraguay Public Announcement (03/20/07)
Senegal Public Announcement (03/09/07)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (03/06/07)
East Timor Travel Warning (03/02/07)
Fiji Public Announcement (02/28/07)
Senegal Public Announcement (02/23/07)
Laos Public Announcement (02/23/07)
Liberia Travel Warning (02/16/07)
Guinea Travel Warning (02/12/07)
Kenya Travel Warning (02/06/07)
Bangladesh Public Announcement (01/31/07)
Guinea Travel Warning (01/27/07)
Burundi Travel Warning (01/24/07)
Senegal Public Announcement (01/29/07)
Cricket World Cup Public Announcement (01/25/07)
Fiji Public Announcement (01/22/07)
Guinea Public Announcement (01/18/07)
Mexico Public Announcement (01/18/07)
Nigeria Travel Warning (01/18/07)
Israel, the West Bank & the Gaza strip Travel Warning (01/17/07)
Bolivia Public Announcement (01/12/07)
Bangladesh Public Announcement (01/12/07)
Montserrat Public Announcement (01/10/07)
Haiti Travel Warning (01/10/07)
Indonesia Travel Warning (01/09/07)
East Africa Public Announcement (01/04/07)
Pacific Rim Public Announcement (12/29/06)
Thailand Public Announcement (01/01/07)
Lebanon Travel Warning (12/22/06)
Algeria Travel Warning (12/20/06)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (12/19/06)
Nepal Travel Warning (12/06/06)
Pakistan Travel Warning (12/05/06)
Fiji Public Announcement (12/06/06)
Middle East and North Africa Public Announcement (11/20/06)
Fiji Public Announcement (12/01/06)
Algeria Travel Warning (11/22/06)
Chad Travel Warning (11/21/06)
Tonga Public Announcement (11/17/06)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (11/17/06)
Mexico Public Announcement (11/15/06)
Bangladesh Public Announcement (11/08/06)
Syria Travel Warning (11/13/06)
Fiji Public Announcement (11/03/06)
East Timor Travel Warning (11/01/06)
Mexico Public Announcement (10/30/06)
Chad Travel Warning (10/27/06)
Nicaragua Public Announcement (10/24/06)
Mexico Public Announcement (10/24/06)
Central Asia Travel Warning (10/23/06)
Sri Lanka Travel Warning (10/23/06)
Congo (10/20/06)
Yemen Travel Warning (10/13/06)
Worldwide Caution Public Announcement (10/11/06)
Iran Travel Warning (10/10/06)
Sudan Travel Warning (10/05/06)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (10/02/06)
Russia Public Announcement (10/02/06)
Lebanon Travel Warning (09/28/06)
Thailand Public Announcement (09/20/06)
Mexico Public Announcement (09/15/06)
Mexico Public Announcement (09/15/06)
Syria Travel Warning (09/14/06)
Bermuda Public Announcement (09/09/06)
Chad Travel Warning (09/06/06)
Turkey Public Announcement (08/29/06)
Mexico Public Announcement (08/24/06)
Algeria Travel Warning (08/31/06)
Israel, the West Bank & the Gaza strip Travel Warning (08/29/06)
Iraq Travel Warning (08/28/06)
Congo Travel Warning (08/24/06)
Nigeria Travel Warning (08/24/06)
Sri Lanka Travel Warning (08/15/06)
India Warden Message (08/12/06)
Kenya Travel Warning (08/10/06)
Civil Aviation Public Announcement Public Announcement (08/10/06)
Lebanon Travel Warning (07/27/06)
Lebanon Travel Warning (07/19/06)
Israel, the West Bank & the Gaza strip Travel Warning (07/19/06)
East Timor Travel Warning (07/18/06)
Lebanon Travel Warning (07/13/06)
Chad Travel Warning (07/06/06)
Haiti Travel Warning (07/07/06)
Burundi Travel Warning (06/23/06)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (06/23/06)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (06/22/06)
Worldwide Caution Public Announcement (06/06/06)
Eritrea Travel Warning (06/05/06)
Somalia Travel Warning (06/05/06)
Chad Travel Warning (06/02/06)
Chad Travel Warning (06/02/06)
Venezuela Public Announcement (05/25/06)
East Timor Travel Warning (05/24/05)
Nepal Travel Warning (05/11/06)
East Africa Public Announcement (05/05/06)
East Timor Travel Warning (05/04/06)
Atlantic, Caribbean, and the Gulf of Mexico Public Announcement (05/04/06)
Lebanon Travel Warning (05/04/06)
Solomon Islands Public Announcement (04/26/06)
Central Asia Public Announcement (04/26/06)
Turkey Public Announcement (04/17/06)
Russia Public Announcement (04/04/06)
Yemen Travel Warning (04/13/06)
Chad Travel Warning (04/12/06)
Nepal Travel Warning (04/13/06)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (04/07/06)
Pakistan Travel Warning (04/07/06)
Bosnia-Herzegovenia Travel Warning (03/30/06)
Liberia Travel Warning (03/30/06)
France and Monaco Public Announcement (03/27/06)
Iraq Public Announcement (03/27/06)
Italy Public Announcement (03/22/06)
Bangladesh Public Announcement (03/21/06)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (03/06/06)
Uganda Public Announcement (03/03/06)
Israel, the West Bank & the Gaza strip Travel Warning (03/03/06)
Nigeria Travel Warning (02/17/06)
Algeria Travel Warning (02/15/06)
Congo Travel Warning (01/20/06)
Pakistan Travel Warning (01/27/06)
Sudan Travel Warning (02/06/06)
Nigeria Travel Warning (01/20/06)
Venezuela Public Announcement (01/11/06)
Colombia Travel Warning (01/18/06)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (01/09/06)
Iran Travel Warning (12/29/05)
Kenya Travel Warning (12/30/05)
Worldwide Caution Public Announcement (12/12/05)
Chad Public Announcement (12/20/05)
Bangladesh Public Announcement (12/21/05)
Libya Public Announcement (12/23/05)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (12/23/05)
Nepal Travel Warning (12/19/05)
Bolivia Public Announcement (12/19/05)
Iraq Public Announcement (12/19/05)
East Africa Public Announcement (12/06/05)
Hong Kong Public Announcement (12/05/05)
Nigeria Travel Warning (12/02/05)
East Africa Public Announcement (11/21/05)
Uganda Public Announcement (11/15/05)
Zimbabwe Travel Warning (11/15/05)
Liberia Travel Warning (11/09/05)
Lebanon Travel Warning (11/08/05)
France Public Announcement (11/08/05)
Ethiopia Public Announcement (11/07/05)
Liberia Public Announcement (11/07/05)
Libya Public Announcement (11/02/05)
Central Asia Public Announcement (11/01/05)
Kyrgyz Public Announcement (11/01/05)
Mexico Public Announcement (10/31/05)
Yemen Travel Warning (10/28/05)
Indonesia Travel Warning (10/26/05)
Kenya Public Announcement (10/25/05)
Mexico Public Announcement (10/21/05)
Burundi Travel Warning (10/20/05)
Cuba Travel Warning (10/20/05)
Iraq Public Announcement (10/16/05)
Peru Public Announcement (10/17/05)
Guatemala Public Announcement (10/11/05)
El Salvador Public Announcement (10/11/05)
Tanzania Public Announcement (10/06/05)
Russia Public Announcement (10/03/04)
Liberia Travel Warning (09/23/05)
East Africa Public Announcement (09/23/05)
Kyrgyz Public Announcement (09/01/05)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (08/26/05)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (08/15/05)
Sudan Travel Warning (08/04/05)
Middle East and North Africa Travel Warning (08/04/05)
United Kingdom Public Announcement (08/03/05)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (08/02/05)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Travel Warning (08/01/05)
Libya Public Announcement (08/01/05)
Kuwait Public Announcement (07/27/05)
Chad Public Announcement (07/25/05)
Egypt Public Announcement (07/23/05)
Algeria Travel Warning (07/21/05)
Somalia Travel Warning (07/21/05)
Caribbean Public Announcement (07/07/05)
United Kingdom Public Announcement (07/07/05)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (07/05/05)
East Africa Public Announcement (07/01/05)
Kenya Travel Warning (07/01/05)
Iran Travel Warning (06/29/05)
Iraq Travel Warning (06/28/05)
Congo Travel Warning (06/27/05)
Nepal Travel Warning (06/27/05)
Malaysia Public Announcement (06/27/05)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (06/22/05)
Ethiopia Public Announcement (06/14/05)
Bolivia Travel Warning (06/07/05)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (06/09/05)
Bolivia Public Announcement (06/02/05)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (06/03/05)
Uzbekistan Public Announcement (05/27/05)
Haiti Travel Warning (05/26/05)
Nigeria Travel Warning (05/20/05)
Central America Public Announcement (05/19/05)
Malaysia Public Announcement (05/17/05)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (05/17/05)
Burma Public Announcement (05/17/05)
Indonesia Travel Warning (05/12/05)
Uzbekistan Public Announcement (05/06/05)
Yemen Travel Warning (05/06/05)
Libya Public Announcement (05/06/05)
Colombia Travel Warning (05/04/05)
Guatemala Public Announcement (05/04/05)
Egypt Public Announcement (05/04/05)
Central Asia Public Announcement (05/02/05)
Mexico Public Announcement (04/27/05)
Togo Travel Warning (04/27/05)
Togo Public Announcement (04/25/05)
Ecuador Public Announcement (04/25/05)
Nicaragua Public Announcement (04/21/05)
Chad Public Announcement (04/21/05)
Lebanon Travel Warning (04/21/05)
Tunisia Public Announcement (04/20/05)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (04/20/05)
Israel Travel Warning (04/07/05)
Yemen Travel Warning (04/11/05)
Mexico Public Announcement (04/06/05)
Thailand Public Announcement (04/04/05)
Russia Public Announcement (03/31/05)
Congo Travel Warning (03/31/05)
Indonesia Travel Warning (03/25/05)
Kyrgyzstan Travel Warning (03/25/05)
Pakistan Travel Warning (03/25/05)
Philippines Travel Warning (03/24/05)
Zimbabwe Travel Warning (03/16/05)
Haiti Travel Warning (03/11/05)
Middle East and North Africa Public Announcement (03/14/05)
Worldwide Caution Public Announcement (03/08/05)
Guyana Travel Warning (03/04/05)
Liberia Travel Warning (03/04/05)
Philippines Public Announcement (02/22/05)
Venezuela Public Announcement (02/11/05)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (02/09/05)
Guyana Travel Warning (02/04/05)
Nepal Public Announcement (02/02/05)
Kuwait Public Announcement (01/31/05)
Ethiopia Public Announcement (01/31/05)
Mexico Public Announcement (01/26/05)
Iraq Public Announcement (01/26/05)
Guyana Travel Warning (01/19/05)
Algeria Travel Warning (01/19/05)
Thailand Public Announcement (01/14/05)
Indonesia Travel Warning (01/14/05)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Public Announcement (01/05/05)
East Africa Public Announcement (12/30/04)
Libya Travel Warning (12/30/04)
Asia and East Africa Public Announcement (12/29/04)
Indonesia Public Announcement (12/27/04)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Public Announcement (12/27/04)
Thailand Public Announcement (12/27/04)
Sri Lanka and Maldives Public Announcement (12/27/04)
Kuwait Public Announcement (12/23/04)
Indonesia Travel Warning (12/17/04)
Sudan Travel Warning (12/14/04)
Burundi Public Announcement (12/07/04)
Somalia Public Announcement (12/07/04)
Ukraine Public Announcement (12/07/04)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (12/07/04)
Laos Public Announcement (12/06/04)
Ghana Public Announcement (12/06/04)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (12/06/04)
Kenya Travel Warning (11/30/04)
Ukraine Travel Warning (11/29/04)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (11/29/04)
Iran Travel Warning (11/22/04)
Lebanon Travel Warning (11/19/04)
Yemen Travel Warning (11/18/04)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (11/15/04)
Middle East and North Africa Public Announcement (11/12/04)
Cote d'Ivoire Travel Warning (11/12/04)
Malaysia Public Announcement (11/08/04)
Uzbekistan Public Announcement (11/08/04)
Cote d'Ivoire Travel Warning (11/08/04)
Philippines Public Announcement (11/01/04)
Guatemala Public Announcement (10/31/04)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (10/31/04)
Nepal Travel Warning (10/26/04)
Russia Public Announcement (10/27/04)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (10/27/04)
Laos Public Announcement (10/26/04)
Kyrgyz Republic Public Announcement (10/26/04)
Iraq Travel Warning (10/21/04)
Haiti Travel Warning (10/20/04)
Iraq Travel Warning (09/21/04)
Turks and Caicos Travel Warning (09/21/04)
Jamaica Travel Warning (09/21/04)
Bahamas Travel Warning (09/21/04)
Indonesia Travel Warning (09/16/04)
Nepal Travel Warning (09/16/04)
Cayman Islands Travel Warning (09/16/04)
Jamaica Travel Warning (09/16/04)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (09/12/04)
Grenada Travel Warning (09/13/04)
Jamaica Travel Warning (09/13/04)
Cuba Travel Warning (09/13/04)
Cayman Islands Travel Warning (09/13/04)
Indonesia Travel Warning (09/08/04)
Bahamas Public Announcement (09/08/04)
Russia Public Announcement (09/07/04)
Turks and Caicos Travel Warning (09/01/04)
Bahamas Travel Warning (09/02/04)
Congo-Kinsasha Travel Warning (08/26/04)
Bangladesh Public Announcement (08/26/04)
Uzbekistan Public Announcement (08/26/04)
Middle East and North Africa Public Announcement (08/23/04)
Uzbekistan Public Announcement (08/04/04)
Israel West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (08/04/04)
Chad Public Announcement (07/30/04)
Liberia Travel Warning (08/02/04)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (08/02/04)
Mexico Public Announcement (07/26/04)
Iraq Travel Warning (07/22/04)
Nepal Travel Warning (07/22/04)
Nigeria Travel Warning (07/20/04)
Tajikistan Public Announcement (07/20/04)
Laos Public Announcement (07/11/04)
Haiti Travel Warning (07/08/04)
Bahrain Travel Warning (07/06/04)
Sudan Travel Warning (07/02/04)
East Africa Travel Warning (06/29/04)
Libya Travel Warning (06/29/04)
Iraq Travel Warning (06/28/04)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (06/24/04)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (06/21/04)
Middle East and North Africa Public Announcement (06/21/04)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (06/18/04)
Indonesia Travel Warning (06/16/04)
Nepal Travel Warning (06/08/04)
Somalia Travel Warning (06/07/04)
Venezuela Travel Warning (06/06/04)
Turkey Travel Warning (06/01/04)
Haiti Travel Warning (06/01/04)
Kenya Travel Warning (05/24/04)
Lebanon Travel Warning (05/20/04)
Iran Travel Warning (05/20/04)
Burundi Travel Warning (05/12/04)
Yemen Travel Warning (05/12/04)
Malaysia Public Announcement (05/13/04)
Portugal Public Announcement (05/13/04)
Worldwide Caution Public Announcement (04/30/04)
Middle East and North Africa Public Announcement (04/30/04)
Ireland Public Announcement (04/30/04)
Bolivia Public Announcement (04/30/04)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (04/29/04)
Philippines Public Announcement (04/28/04)
Kyrgyz Republic Public Announcement (04/27/04)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (04/16/04)
Jordan Public Announcement (04/13/04)
Thailand Public Announcement (04/09/04)
Nepal Travel Warning (04/08/04)
Spain Public Announcement (04/07/04)
Uzbekistan Public Announcement (03/31/04)
Worldwide Caution US Department of State (03/23/04)
Iraq Travel Warning (03/24/04)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (03/24/04)
Middle East & North Africa Public Announcement (03/24/04)
Indonesia Travel Warning (03/22/04)
Worldwide Caution Public Announcement (03/22/04)
Middle East & North Africa Public Announcement (03/22/04)
Spain Public Announcement (03/15/04)
Haiti Travel Warning (03/11/04)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (03/11/04)
Venezuela Travel Warning (03/10/04)
Algeria Travel Warning (03/08/04)
Venezuela Travel Warning (03/08/04)
Libya Travel Warning (03/08/04)
Colombia Travel Warning (03/01/04)
Venezuela Travel Warning (03/01/04)
Haiti Travel Warning (03/01/04)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (02/23/04)
Haiti Travel Warning (02/19/04)
Venezuela Public Announcement (02/12/04)
Pakistan Travel Warning (02/04/04)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (02/04/04)
Cote d'Ivoire Travel Warning (02/05/04)
Haiti Travel Warning (02/02/04)
Bangladesh Travel Warning (01/17/04)
Tajikistan Travel Warning (01/21/04)
Zimbabwe Travel Warning (01/28/04)
Congo-Kinshasa Travel Warning (01/28/04)
Haiti Travel Warning (01/09/04)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (01/12/04)
Nigeria Travel Warning (01/05/04)
Laos Travel Warning (01/06/04)
Liberia Travel Warning (01/07/04)
Bahrain Travel Warning (12/24/03)
Ethiopia Travel Warning (12/24/03)
Nepal Travel Warning (12/22/03)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (12/20/03)
Colombia Travel Warning (12/22/03)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (12/22/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (12/17/03)
Haiti Public Announcement (12/15/03)
Bangladesh Public Announcement (12/10/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (12/09/03)
Lebanon Travel Warning (12/07/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (12/04/03)
Kenya Public Announcement (12/02/03)
Bolivia Travel Warning (12/01/03)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (11/23/03)
Libya Travel Warning (11/21/03)
Turkey Travel Warning (11/21/03)
Sudan Travel Warning (11/17/03)
Malaysia Public Announcement (11/13/03)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Travel Warning (11/13/03)
Middle East And North Africa Public Announcement (11/08/03)
Iraq Travel Warning (11/01/03)
Kyrgyz Republic Public Announcement (11/01/03)
Somalia Travel Warning (11/01/03)
Solomon Islands Public Announcement (10/28/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (10/28/03)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (10/20/03)
Nepal Travel Warning (10/22/03)
Bolivia Travel Warning (10/22/03)
Bolivia Travel Warning (10/17/03)
Djibouti Public Announcement (10/16/03)
Bolivia Public Announcement (10/16/03)
East Africa Travel Warning (10/06/03)
Angola Travel Warning (10/06/03)
Iraq Travel Warning (10/06/03)
Liberia Public Announcement (10/01/03)
Middle East and North Africa Public Announcement (10/01/03)
Uzbekistan Public Announcement (10/01/03)
Kenya Travel Warning (10/01/03)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (09/29/03)
The Bahamas Travel Warning (09/16/03)
East Africa Public Announcement (09/12/03)
Worldwide Caution Public Announcement (09/11/03)
Solomon Islands Travel Warning (09/08/03)
Algeria Travel Warning (09/08/03)
United Arab Emirates Public Announcement (09/03/03)
Guatemala Public Announcement (09/02/03)
Nepal Public Announcement (09/02/03)
Indonesia Travel Warning (09/02/03)
Iraq Travel Warning (08/25/03)
Yemen Travel Warning (08/21/03)
Venezuela Public Announcement (08/18/03)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (08/14/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (08/14/03)
Burundi Travel Warning (08/13/03)
Indonesia Travel Warning (08/11/03)
Laos Public Announcement (08/08/03)
Worldwide Caution Public Announcement Travel Warning (07/29/03)
Colombia Travel Warning (07/29/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (07/29/03)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (07/29/03)
Iraq Travel Warning (07/23/03)
Burundi Travel Warning (07/23/03)
Nigeria Travel Warning (07/23/03)
Indonesia Travel Warning (07/23/03)
Colombia Travel Warning (06/17/03)
Greece Public Announcement (06/16/03)
Mauritania Travel Warning (06/10/03)
Liberia Travel Warning (06/09/03)
France and Switzerland Public Announcement (05/30/03)
Yemen Travel Warning (05/27/03)
Liberia Travel Warning (05/26/03)
Kenya Travel Warning (05/19/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (05/16/03)
Kenya Public Announcement (05/15/03)
East Africa Public Announcement (05/15/03)
Malaysia Public Announcement (05/15/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (05/14/03)
SARS Public Announcement (05/13/03)
Iran Travel Warning (05/13/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (05/13/03)
Middle East & North Africa Travel Warning (05/06/03)
Taiwan Travel Warning (05/12/03)
Kyrgyz Republic Travel Warning (05/07/03)
Taiwan US Department of State (05/07/03)
Lebanon Travel Warning (05/07/03)
China Travel Warning (05/07/03)
Peru Public Announcement (05/05/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (05/05/03)
Indonesia Travel Warning (04/28/03)
Iraq Travel Warning (04/28/03)
Burundi Travel Warning (04/25/03)
Vietnam Travel Warning (04/25/03)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (04/22/03)
Pakistan Travel Warning (04/21/03)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (04/17/03)
Hong Kong Travel Warning (04/16/03)
China Travel Warning (04/10/03)
SARS Travel Warning (04/11/03)
China Travel Warning (04/16/03)
Indonesia Travel Warning (04/10/03)
Algeria Travel Warning (04/09/03)
Congo-Kinshasa Travel Warning (04/07/03)
Thailand Public Announcement (04/07/03)
Uzbekistan Public Announcement (04/07/03)
Guatemala Public Announcement (04/07/03)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (04/02/03)
Hong Kong Public Announcement (04/02/03)
China Public Announcement (04/02/03)
Canada Public Announcement (03/31/03)
Yemen Travel Warning (03/31/03)
Pakistan Travel Warning (03/31/03)
SARS Warden Notice Guidance About Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome for Americans Living Abroad (03/27/03)
Angola Travel Warning (03/27/03)
Sudan Travel Warning (03/27/03)
Liberia Travel Warning (03/27/03)
Vietnam Travel Warning (03/24/03)
Indonesia Travel Warning (03/24/03)
Pakistan Travel Warning (03/20/03)
Turkey Travel Warning (03/20/03)
Middle East and North Africa Public Announcement (03/20/03)
Worldwide Alert Public Announcement (03/20/03)
Djibouti Public Announcement (03/19/03)
Turkey Public Announcement (03/18/03)
Solomon Islands Public Announcement (03/18/03)
CDC Travel Advisory (SARS) CDC Travel Advisory (SARS) (03/17/03)
East Africa Public Announcement (03/15/03)
Syria Travel Warning (03/17/03)
Kuwait Travel Warning (03/17/03)
Israel, The West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (03/17/03)
Kenya Public Announcement (03/17/03)
UAE Travel Warning (03/10/03)
Oman Travel Warning (03/10/03)
Philippines Travel Warning (03/10/03)
Nepal Public Announcement (03/05/03)
Somalia Travel Warning (03/04/03)
Republic of Congo Public Announcement (03/03/03)
Laos Travel Warning (02/28/03)
Guatemala Travel Warning (02/28/03)
Colombia Travel Warning (02/25/03)
Iraq Travel Warning (02/20/03)
Venezuela Travel Warning (02/20/03)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (02/17/03)
Bolivia Travel Warning (02/17/03)
Bahrain Travel Warning (02/13/03)
Qatar Travel Warning (02/13/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (02/13/03)
Iraq Travel Warning (02/09/03)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (02/09/03)
Jordan Travel Warning (02/09/03)
Lebanon Travel Warning (02/09/03)
Syria Travel Warning (02/09/03)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (02/06/03)
Algeria Travel Warning (02/03/03)
Germany Public Announcement (02/03/03)
Saudi Arabia Travel Warning (02/03/03)
Kuwait Travel Warning (02/03/03)
Mexico Public Announcement (01/31/03)
Zimbabwe Travel Warning (01/28/03)
Global Announcement Global Announcement (01/27/03)
Liberia Travel Warning (01/21/03)
East Africa Travel Warning (01/13/03)
Philippines Travel Warning (01/13/03)
Tanzania Travel Warning (01/10/03)
Turkmenistan Travel Warning (12/23/02)
Kenya Travel Warning (12/24/02)
East Africa Travel Warning (12/24/02)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (12/27/02)
Tajikistan Travel Warning (12/23/02)
Solomon Islands Travel Warning (12/23/02)
Jordan Travel Warning (12/23/02)
Venezuela Travel Warning (12/23/02)
Gabon Public Announcement (12/16/02)
Argentina Public Announcement (12/17/02)
Venezuela Travel Warning (12/11/02)
Lebanon Travel Warning (12/10/02)
Cote d'Ivoire Travel Warning (12/10/02)
East Timor Public Announcement (12/10/02)
Kyrgyz Republic Public Announcement (12/09/02)
Venezuela Travel Warning (12/09/02)
Denmark Public Announcement (12/09/02)
Yemen Travel Warning (12/02/02)
East Africa Public Announcement (12/02/02)
Kenya Public Announcement (12/02/02)
Venezuela Public Announcement (12/02/02)
Nepal Travel Warning (11/22/02)
Jordan Travel Warning (11/22/02)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (11/20/02)
Malaysia Travel Warning (11/20/02)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (11/06/02)
South East Asia Public Announcement Travel Warning (11/02/02)
Middle East Update Travel Warning (11/04/02)
Italy Travel Warning (10/31/02)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (10/31/02)
Iraq Travel Warning (10/31/02)
Philippines Travel Warning (11/02/02)
Philippines Travel Warning (10/24/02)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (10/28/02)
East Timor Public Announcement (10/23/02)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (10/11/02)
Ivory Coast Travel Warning (09/20/02)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (09/09/02)
Philippines Public Announcement (08/20/02)
Angola Travel Warning (08/23/02)
Somalia Travel Warning (08/23/02)
Ghana Public Announcement (07/10/02)
Sudan Travel Warning (07/10/02)
Malaysia Public Announcement (07/08/02)
Guatemala Public Announcement (07/08/02)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (07/08/02)
Colombia Travel Warning (07/08/02)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (07/02/02)
Argentina Public Announcement (07/01/02)
East Timor Public Announcement (07/01/02)
Pakistan Travel Warning (06/26/02)
India Travel Warning (06/26/02)
Norway Public Announcement (06/25/02)
Spain Public Announcement (06/19/02)
Canada Public Announcement (06/19/02)
Peru Public Announcement (06/19/02)
Venezuela Public Announcement (06/11/02)
Kyrgyz Republic Public Announcement (06/07/02)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Travel Warning (06/04/02)
India Travel Warning (05/31/02)
Argentina Public Announcement (05/29/02)
India Travel Warning (05/27/02)
Pakistan Travel Warning (05/27/02)
Macedonia Travel Warning (05/21/02)
Liberia Travel Warning (05/21/02)
Middle East Update Public Announcement (05/21/02)
Turkey Public Announcement (05/17/02)
Venezuela Public Announcement (05/17/02)
Nepal Public Announcement (05/17/02)
Zimbabwe Public Announcement (05/16/02)
Middle East Update Travel Warning (04/24/02)
Peru Travel Warning (04/24/02)
Philippines Travel Warning (04/22/02)
Nepal Travel Warning (04/22/02)
Madagascar Travel Warning (04/17/02)
Venezuela Travel Warning (04/17/02)
Middle East Travel Warning (04/12/02)
Venezuela Travel Warning (04/12/02)
Venezuela Public Announcement (04/09/02)
Syria Travel Warning (04/08/02)
East Timor Public Announcement (04/03/02)
Ghana Public Announcement (04/03/02)
Zimbabwe Public Announcement (04/05/02)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (04/05/02)
India Public Announcement (03/28/02)
Italy Public Announcement (03/27/02)
Pakistan Travel Warning (03/25/02)
Nepal Public Announcement (03/25/02)
Venezuela Public Announcement (03/25/02)
Peru Public Announcement (03/22/02)
Pakistan Travel Warning (03/18/02)
Yemen Travel Warning (03/18/02)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (03/17/02)
Turkmenistan Travel Warning (03/15/02)
India Public Announcement (03/15/02)
Madagascar Travel Warning (03/04/02)
Pakistan Travel Warning (03/04/02)
Argentina Travel Warning (03/01/02)
India Public Announcement (03/01/02)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (02/28/02)
Madagascar Public Announcement (02/27/02)
Liberia Travel Warning (02/27/02)
Colombia Public Announcement (02/25/02)
Gabon and the Republic of Congo Travel Warning (02/20/02)
FBI Warning FBI Warning (02/11/02)
Madagascar Public Announcement (02/11/02)
Nepal Public Announcement (02/11/02)
Iran Travel Warning (02/01/02)
Pakistan Travel Warning (02/01/02)
Global Travel Warning (02/01/02)
Germany Travel Warning (01/29/02)
Pakistan Travel Warning (01/28/02)
Nepal Public Announcement (01/25/02)
Zimbabwe Public Announcement (01/24/02)
Democratic Republic of the Congo Public Announcement (01/22/02)
Rwanda Public Announcement (01/22/02)
Yemen Public Announcement (01/14/02)
Gabon and Republic of the Congo Border Public Announcement (01/11/02)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (01/08/02)
Madagascar Travel Warning (01/09/02)
Kyrgyz Republic Travel Warning (01/03/02)
Argentina Travel Warning (12/31/01)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (12/17/01)
Gabon Public Announcement (12/13/01)
Pakistan Travel Warning (12/13/01)
Algeria Travel Warning (12/11/01)
Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Travel Warning (12/10/01)
Malaysia Travel Warning (12/10/01)
Nepal Travel Warning (12/05/01)
Gabon Public Announcement (12/04/01)
Venezuela Public Announcement (12/03/01)
Yemen Travel Warning (12/03/01)
Peru Travel Warning (12/01/01)
Belgium Travel Warning (11/29/01)
Nepal Travel Warning (11/27/01)
Afghanistan Travel Warning (11/27/01)
Indonesia Travel Warning (11/27/01)
Turkmenistan Travel Warning (11/16/01)
Kyrgyz Republic Travel Warning (11/19/01)
Middle East Update Travel Warning (11/09/01)
Rwanda Travel Warning (11/09/01)
Solomon Islands Travel Warning (11/08/01)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (11/08/01)
Turkmenistan Travel Warning (11/08/01)
Bolivia Travel Warning (11/01/01)
Nicaragua Travel Warning (10/30/01)
Sri Lanka Travel Warning (10/26/01)
Bangladesh Travel Warning (10/26/01)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (10/23/01)
East Timor Travel Warning (10/22/01)
Macedonia Travel Warning (10/22/01)
Guatemala Travel Warning (10/19/01)
FBI WARNING Travel Warning (10/11/01)
Sudan Travel Warning (10/05/01)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (10/07/01)
Philippines Travel Warning (10/04/01)
Luxembourg Travel Warning (10/04/01)
Italy Public Announcement (10/02/01)
Uganda Travel Warning (09/07/01)
Niger Travel Warning (10/01/01)
Bangladesh Travel Warning (09/26/01)
Indonesia Travel Warning (09/27/01)
Tajikistan Travel Warning (09/26/01)
Georgia Travel Warning (09/26/01)
Pakistan Travel Warning (09/25/01)
Indonesia Travel Warning (09/24/01)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (09/22/01)
Kyrgyz Republic Travel Warning (09/21/01)
Indonesia Travel Warning (09/20/01)
Rwanda Travel Warning (09/19/01)
Yemen Travel Warning (09/19/01)
Turkmenistan Travel Warning (09/19/01)
Pakistan Travel Warning (09/17/01)
Belgium Travel Warning (09/17/01)
Worldwide Caution Travel Warning (09/14/01)
Nepal Travel Warning (09/13/01)
Uzbekistan Travel Warning (08/17/01)
Kyrgyzstan Travel Warning (08/17/01)
Israel Travel Warning (08/10/01)
Sri Lanka Travel Warning (07/24/01)
Macedonia Travel Warning (07/24/01)
Iraq Travel Warning (07/20/01)
Fiji Travel Warning (07/26/01)
Arabian Peninsula Travel Warning (07/19/01)
Sri Lanka Travel Warning (07/13/01)
Nepal Travel Warning (07/03/01)
Jamaica Travel Warning (07/09/01)
Italy Travel Warning (07/03/01)
Germany Travel Warning (07/09/01)
Brazil Travel Warning (07/13/01)
Guatemala Travel Warning (06/21/01)
Malaysia Travel Warning (06/13/01)
Yemen Travel Warning (06/09/01)
Uganda Travel Warning (06/08/01)
Philippines Travel Warning (06/06/01)
Macedonia Travel Warning (06/09/01)
Worldwide Caution (05/29/01)
Uganda Travel Warning (06/01/01)
Tajikstan Travel Warning (06/29/01)
Sweden Travel Warning (05/29/01)
Liberia Travel Warning (05/31/01)
Central African Republic Travel Warning (05/30/01)
Algeria Travel Warning (05/31/01)
Brazil Travel Warning (05/18/01)
Peru Travel Warning (05/18/01)
Panama Travel Warning (05/10/01)
Pakistan Travel Warning (05/14/01)
Philippines Travel Warning (05/01/01)
Philippines Travel Warning (05/03/01)
Solomon Islands Travel Warning (05/01/01)
Guinea-Bissau Travel Warning (04/30/01)
Bolivia Public Announcement (04/27/01)
Guyana Public Announcement (04/12/01)
China Public Announcement (04/19/01)
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