US issues four travel advisories for India this year; maintains same level since March 28
travel advisoriesmaintained and issued by the Department of State is now broadly bifurcated into four different colour-coded levels from 1 to 4.
- The travel advisory for
Indiahas mostly been Level 2 and a few times Level 3.
- Bangladesh, Nepal, Maldives and Sri Lanka are in Level 2 along with India while Bhutan is in Level 1.
Introduced several years ago, the American travel advisories maintained and issued by the Department of State is now broadly bifurcated into four different colour-coded levels from 1 to 4, with one (white) being the safest place to travel and four (red) being the no
Yellow-coloured Level 2 which advises
The travel advisory for India has mostly been Level 2 and a few times Level 3. It was put into Level 4 category at the peak of the COVID-19 crisis in April 2021.
For all practical purposes the last three travel advisories this year – March 28, July 25 and October 5 – are similar in nature and content has been the same that now there is normalization of coronavirus situation in India.
The issuing of travel advisories by the United States depends on a number of factors. Prominent among these includes, the situation in the country, public health concerns, law and order, terrorism, relationship with that country and travel season.
In India's neighborhood,
Bangladesh, Nepal, Maldives and Sri Lanka are in Level 2 along with India while Bhutan is in Level 1, in which the US urges its citizens to exercise normal precaution during the travel.
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