Worldwide Travel Warnings daily updates

Last Update: Tuesday, 27. October 2020 at 08:26

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Countries with recent improvements


Bermuda

The number of sources remains at a stable 3.
The warning index has been updated and decreased. It is now at 3.3 (-0.7).

More details on the country profile page for Bermuda

Danger level: 3.3

We advice caution when travelling to Bermuda.

Bolivia

The number of sources remains at a stable 6.
The warning index has been updated and decreased. It is now at 3.7 (-0.1).

More details on the country profile page for Bolivia

Danger level: 3.7

Please reconsider your need to travel to Bolivien.

Panama

The number of sources remains at a stable 6.
The warning index has been updated and decreased. It is now at 3.3 (-0.2).

More details on the country profile page for Panama

Danger level: 3.3

We advice caution when travelling to Panama.

United States

The number of sources remains at a stable 5.
The warning index has been updated and decreased. It is now at 3 (-0.2).

More details on the country profile page for United States

Danger level: 3.0

We advice caution when travelling to Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika.

Countries with recent increase


Armenia

The number of sources remains at a stable 7.
The warning index updated and increased. It is now at 4 (+0.3).

More details on the country profile page for Armenia

Danger level: 4.0

Please reconsider your need to travel to Armenien.

Azerbaijan

The number of sources remains at a stable 8.
The warning index updated and increased. It is now at 3.8 (+0.3).

More details on the country profile page for Azerbaijan

Danger level: 3.8

Please reconsider your need to travel to Aserbaidschan.

Mauritius

The number of sources remains at a stable 5.
The warning index updated and increased. It is now at 3.8 (+0.4).

More details on the country profile page for Mauritius

Danger level: 3.8

Please reconsider your need to travel to Mauritius.

Countries with the highest risk level


Afghanistan

The number of sources remains at a stable 10.
The warning index remains at 5.

More details on the country profile page for Afghanistan

Danger level: 5.0

It is not safe to travel Afghanistan.

Burundi

The number of sources remains at a stable 6.
The warning index remains at 5.

More details on the country profile page for Burundi

Danger level: 5.0

It is not safe to travel Burundi.

Central African Republic

The number of sources remains at a stable 8.
The warning index remains at 5.

More details on the country profile page for Central African Republic

Danger level: 5.0

It is not safe to travel Zentralafrikanische Republik.

Cook Islands

The number of sources remains at a stable 2.
The warning index remains at 4.5.

More details on the country profile page for Cook Islands

Danger level: 4.5

It is not safe to travel Cookinseln.

Guam

The number of sources remains at a stable 2.
The warning index remains at 4.5.

More details on the country profile page for Guam

Danger level: 4.5

It is not safe to travel Guam.

Iraq

The number of sources remains at a stable 9.
The warning index remains at 4.7.

More details on the country profile page for Iraq

Danger level: 4.7

It is not safe to travel Irak.

Iran

The number of sources remains at a stable 7.
The warning index remains at 4.6.

More details on the country profile page for Iran

Danger level: 4.6

It is not safe to travel Iran, Islamische Republik.

Libya

The number of sources remains at a stable 9.
The warning index remains at 5.

More details on the country profile page for Libya

Danger level: 5.0

It is not safe to travel Libyen.

Mali

The number of sources remains at a stable 9.
The warning index remains at 4.7.

More details on the country profile page for Mali

Danger level: 4.7

It is not safe to travel Mali.

San Marino

The number of sources remains at a stable 2.
The warning index remains at 4.5.

More details on the country profile page for San Marino

Danger level: 4.5

It is not safe to travel San Marino.

Somalia

The number of sources remains at a stable 8.
The warning index remains at 5.

More details on the country profile page for Somalia

Danger level: 5.0

It is not safe to travel Somalia.

Syria

The number of sources remains at a stable 9.
The warning index remains at 5.

More details on the country profile page for Syria

Danger level: 5.0

It is not safe to travel Syrien.

Vatican

The number of sources remains at a stable 1.
The warning index remains at 5.

More details on the country profile page for Vatican

Danger level: 5.0

It is not safe to travel Vatikanstadt.

Yemen

The number of sources remains at a stable 9.
The warning index remains at 5.

More details on the country profile page for Yemen

Danger level: 5.0

It is not safe to travel Jemen.

South Sudan

The number of sources remains at a stable 4.
The warning index remains at 5.

More details on the country profile page for South Sudan

Danger level: 5.0

It is not safe to travel SĂĽd Sudan.

Warnindex Description

Indication of the single warning levels. These levels are meant to serve as a rough guidance. Please do always consult your local goverments advisories.

Extreme Warning (index value: 4.5 - 5)
You should avoid any trips. A high warning index is a sound indicator of potential harm to your health and well-being.
High Risk (index value: 3.5 - 4.5)
Travel should be reduced to a necessary minimum and be conducted with good preparation and high attention.
Medium Risk (index value: 2.5 - 3.5)
Warnings often relate to specific regions within a country. However, high attention is still advised when moving around.
Low Risk (index value: 0 - 2.5)
Usually this is an indicator that travelling in this country is relatively safe. Higher attention is advised with values > 1.
Note of the displayed travel advisories
These travel advisories are automatically gathered. We use the RSS Feeds of the corresponding authorities of the single countries. In some cases, we analyse the website itself. Since the information originates from different countries and different countries have different understanding of danger and danger levels. Thus, the information displayed is an automized and normalized representation with no right to completeness and correctness. If a country is not shown, it doesn't necessarily mean it's safe. The information shown is a first indicator. Additional remark: the websites address does not endorse the situation of a 'Reisewarnung' (with its name). Often, it's just formal notifications by other countries. These can be the reason a country reaches scores of aorund 2.0 and still be a generally safe country to visit. Lower risk grades are usually no sign of a immanent threat!