041415 World Status Report

Brought to you by the International Center Risk and Safety Office. Use this report to be up to date about risks identified by worldwide official and professional sources.

This information may change without prior notice

Avoid Nonessential Travel

CDC

  • 04/14/2015 Ebola standing travel notice. CDC urges all US residents to avoid nonessential travel to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone because of unprecedented outbreaks of Ebola in those countries.

U.S. Department of State

  • 04/13/2015 Mexico Travel Warning. The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens about the risk of traveling to certain places in Mexico due to threats to safety and security posed by organized criminal groups in the country. This Travel Warning replaces the Travel Warning for Mexico, issued December 24, 2014, to update information about the security situation and to advise the public of additional restrictions on the travel of U.S. government (USG) personnel.

Take Enhanced Precautions

CDC

WHO

Security Messages for U.S. Citizens

  • 04/13/2015 Security Message Guadalajara (Mexico): The United States Consulate General in Guadalajara wishes to alert U.S. citizens to a number of recent violent, deadly confrontations between criminal organizations and police.  These incidents have occurred in various parts of the State of Jalisco, and may continue.  While the Consulate has no specific information that U.S. citizens are being targeted, the unpredictable nature of the attacks means that U.S. citizens should review their personal security preparations and remain vigilant at all times.  The Consulate also continues to recommend that inter-city travel be done during daylight hours and that when possible toll roads (“Cuotas”) should be used.

European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control

Ebola News

CDC

WHO

United Nations

  • 04/13/2015 UNMEER Situation Report. KEY POINTS: The ‘campaign of sensitization and early detection of suspected cases of Ebola’ got under way in Forécariah yesterday. Re-opening of schools in Sierra Leone is scheduled for tomorrow, with approximately 1.8 million students returning to school.