This article is about how travel restrictions and additional security needs will change the way we travel in the future. It discusses each “risky” country and what you need to know before you visit.
What is Omicron Scare?
Omicron Scare is a new scare tactic, originating from the United States. It’s an alarming warning to travelers who will be flying around or through countries where airline restrictions, such as those imposed by the US, exist. It has been compared to the amber alert system and other emergency notices.
New Norms for Commonly Fly Nations
Bismarck Tribune reports that the Omicron Scare – a new norm for commonly fly nations – is already in effect. These countries are America, Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Angola, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Botswana and few more are in the list.
Which nations should travelers avoid?
According to the researchers, the countries at risk for severe flu season are Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Congo Brazzaville, Cote D’Ivoire, Djibouti, Eritrea
How to stay safe during your trip abroad
Just in case you’re wondering what countries are at risk, here’s a list of “at-risk” nations for air travelers. The State Department is warning “international visitors to this country” about water contamination in the waterways that run through the United States. And if you ‘re not feeling the USA travel vibes, there’s this for you to think about.
Here’s how you can stay safe during your trip abroad. Just in case you’re wondering what countries are at risk, here’s a list of “at-risk” nations for air travelers. 1. The United States State Department Warning: There is no safe level of exposure to lead, which can affect intelligence and cause other