The US authorities advised citizen to avoid travel in these countries

Due to the sudden surge in COVID-19 cases in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and the Maldives, US authorities have issued important decision. Let us share that the US has advised its citizens to avoid travelling in these regions. Let us share that UAE and Oman also ban flights and travel to India due to increasing cases.

Here  it is to be noted that in a series of travel advisories on Thursday, the authorities also urged Americans to reconsider travel to China and Nepal; exercise increased caution while travelling to Sri Lanka and exercise normal travel precaution to Bhutan, which has been given Level 1, the safest level for travelling overseas. India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and the Maldives have been put in Level 4, which means asking Americans not to travel to these countries. "Do not travel to India due to COVID-19, crime, and terrorism," the State Department said in its latest travel advisory on India, days after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a similar warning for India. Here it is to be noted that the CDC issued a Level-4 Travel Health Notice for India due to COVID-19, indicating a very high level of COVID-19 in the country.

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