The U.S. Department of State warns about risks for travel to Nigeria, Sudan, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Saudi Arabia. The CDC reports Zika Virus in Argentina, shares recommendations for pregnant women to protect themselves against Zika and reports on Zika impact in the U.S. The UN reports on rising numbers for civilian deaths in DR Congo. The CDC adds safety tips to their current resources on floods.
On April 7, 2017 new entry / exit security regulations for the Schengen Area enter into effect. Read the full notice and recommendations for UT Dallas travelers.
The U.S. Department of State warns about risks for travel to Turkey, French Guiana and Peru. The CDC reports on Malaria cases in South Africa, Yellow Fever outbreak in Brazil, and shares recommendations to keep reduce injury risk during due to Spring weather. WHO reports an increase of measles cases in Europe. GDACS reports on floods in Peru.
The International Center wants to offer our deepest sympathy to any of you who have been affected by the attack at the Westminster Bridge and the Parliament Square in London. Read for available resources for UT Dallas students on-campus, and UT Dallas travelers.
The U.S. Department of State warns about risks for travel to Cameroon, Syria, Mauritania, and Afghanistan. International SOS shares about the UK restrictions on electronic items in hand luggage from select in-bound airports.
The United States and the UK announced the implementation of enhanced security procedures for passengers at certain last point of departure airports. The aviation security enhancements will include requiring that all personal electronic devices larger than a cell phone or smart phone be placed in checked baggage at the airports where flights are departing for the United States or the UK. Read the full notification and advise for UT Dallas travelers.
The CDC updates the Zika Virus travel notice for over 60 countries, updates the advisory for Yellow Fever in Brazil, and releases a new advisory for Measles in Guinea. WHO launches a Zika Virus podcast and shares that all countries with Aedes aegypti mosquitoes are at risk for Zika Virus transmission.