The U.S. Lifted Its Advisory Against Traveling Abroad. What Does That Mean?

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The State Department lifted its blanket advisory warning American citizens against traveling abroad Thursday, nearly five months after the department had issued the Level 4 “do not travel” warning — its highest advisory — against all international travel as the coronavirus spread.

The advisory was lifted in coordination with the Centers for Disease Control and . . .

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