Travel This Map Shows Where Americans Are Being Told 'Do Not Travel' in Mexico

16:37  12 january  2018
16:37  12 january  2018 Source:   time.com

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The advisory tells Americans “ do not travel ” to the five Mexican coastal states of Sinaloa, Colima, Michoacán, Guerrero, and Tamaulipas. It also suggests exercising “increased caution” or “reconsider travel ” to other parts of the country. Here’s a map of Mexico ’s five states the U.S

The advisory tells Americans “ do not travel ” to the five Mexican coastal states of Sinaloa, Colima, Michoacán, Guerrero, and Tamaulipas. It also suggests exercising “increased caution” or “reconsider travel ” to other parts of the country. Here’s a map of Mexico ’s five states the U.S

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The advisory tells Americans “do not travel” to the five Mexican coastal states of Sinaloa, Colima, Michoacán, Guerrero, and Tamaulipas. It also suggests exercising “increased caution” or “reconsider travel” to other parts of the country.

a close up of a map: Mexico Travel Warning Map © TIME Graphic by Lon Tweeten Mexico Travel Warning Map Here’s a map of Mexico’s five states the U.S. deemed most dangerous, as well as the general warnings across the rest of the country. The State Department gave Mexico a level 2 travel warning overall, encouraging travelers to exercise increased caution in general.

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