The lifting of the global travel warning in the United States will restore previous travel recommendations for specific countries and regions

On August 6 local time, the U.S. State Department announced that it had lifted the “level 4 global travel warning” for US citizens and said it would resume previous travel recommendations for specific countries and regions. The U.S. State Department said in a statement that health and safety conditions in some countries have improved while others may deteriorate, so the State Department has resumed the system of country specific travel recommendations. At the same time, the statement also said that in view of the uncertainty of the epidemic situation, U.S. citizens are still advised to be cautious when traveling abroad.