The biggest part of India, West Bengal, has been affected by a cyclone named Odisha. Strong winds caused flooding in many parts of the state, and government officials have imposed a state of emergency. Many flights have been canceled due to the storm. It is safe to travel to India at this time.
United states virus outbreak
Following the outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States, a number of countries have closed their borders to travel from the United States. This includes most of Europe and many other countries around the world. In fact, the United States is one of the most popular travel destinations for Americans, with more than 600,000 Americans traveling to India last year alone. There are concerns that travel between the United States and other countries could be even more restricted in the future. This will likely mean fewer travel options for people visiting the United States from other countries.
Usa travel warning
As of April 18th 2020, the U.S. government has issued a travel warning for the states of California, Arizona, New York, and Washington. The warning is in effect until the end of July.
Traveling to India during the coronavirus outbreak
This year, millions of Americans are planning to visit India. And many of those trips will be impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. First, the federal government has closed its embassy in New Delhi and told non-essential staff to leave. Second, the government of India has closed its embassy in Washington D.C. and advised citizens in the United States to avoid non-essential travel to the country. Travel to India is expected to be impacted in a number of different ways. Some people may be hesitant to travel. And if they do visit, they may be more careful. Other travelers may be concerned about their health. And the coronavirus may make it more difficult to travel. Here are some things you should know if you are planning to travel to India during the coronavirus outbreak.
What can we do?
Even though we live in a safer world, COVID-19 is still a concern for Americans. The CDC has recommended that you postpone non-essential travel and stay in your homes, as much as possible, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The CDC recommends the following for all Americans:
* We must take care of ourselves and follow recommendations from the CDC, our health care professionals, and our elected officials.
* We should cover our coughs and sneezes, or use a tissue to block germs from spreading.
* We should stay home if we are sick and should call our doctor.
* We should clean our hands frequently and avoid touching our face.
* We should maintain safe social distancing.
* We should wear a face mask in public when social distancing is not possible.
We also recommend that you stay informed with real-time updates from the CDC and local authorities. The latest information is available here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/
What would happen if I visit India?
You wouldn’t be the first American to visit India in recent months. Last month, Kim Kardashian visited India on the invitation of the Indian Prime Minister. She visited the country to promote her new makeup line. Although there are some concerns regarding the recent increase in crimes against tourists in India, there are many benefits to visiting India. It’s a great destination for leisure travelers, and a lot of tourists are traveling to India for family vacations. Additionally, India is a safe destination for travelers. You can also get a lot of great food in India. Many Indian restaurants in the US have changed their menu to incorporate American-Indian cuisine. If you’re traveling to India, it’s important to keep your safety in mind. Always avoid traveling at night, and be sure to tell someone where you’re going and when you plan on returning. Also, always follow the precautions of your embassy.