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The State Department has advised Americans not to travel to Japan amid a rise of COVID-19 cases.
Additional Information: The State Department’s advisory imposes no new travel restrictions but serves as a warning for those intending to travel. Level 4 travel warnings remain in place for dozens of countries including Brazil, India, Mexico, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates and most of Europe.
BAL Analysis: BAL continues to urge individuals to consult their BAL professional before planning international travel, as travel restrictions may change with little notice and could affect travelers’ ability to re-enter or return to the U.S. BAL continues to monitor COVID-19 travel and immigration restrictions and will provide additional information as it becomes available.
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