Madagascar

Presidential elections are scheduled for November. Political protests can turn violent and security forces may respond with force. Avoid demonstrations and large public gatherings, monitor local news, and follow instructions from local authorities.

We now advise:

Exercise a high degree of caution in Madagascar due to the potential for crime, natural disasters and disease outbreaks.

Tunisia

We've reviewed our advice for Tunisia and continue to advise exercise a high degree of caution overall due to the threat of terrorism. Higher levels apply in some areas. Protests, demonstrations and strikes can occur throughout Tunisia with little or no warning and...

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Lesotho

We've reviewed our advice for Lesotho and continue to advise exercise a high degree of caution due to the threat of violent crime. Pay close attention to your personal security and the current health situation. Monitor the media and follow the advice of authorities...

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Palau

We’ve reviewed our advice for Palau and continue to advise exercise normal safety precautions. Visitor visas are available on arrival. A Palau entry form is required and is available online up to 72 hours before arrival. There is no charge for the form. Be alert to...

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