The US State Department issued travel advisories for Jamaica and Colombia today, citing an increase in violent crime in both countries. The agency warns of a significant rise in sexual assaults and armed robberies in Jamaica and violent crime and the threat of terrorism in Colombia. Consequently, they are urging travelers to reconsider traveling to these countries. Learn more.
News Brief: State Department Issues Warning Against Travel to Jamaica and Colombia
September 1, 2021
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