What you need to know about Argentina travel advisories
Argentina has issued travel advisions to several U.S. states.
Here are the latest updates: In Georgia, a state on the border with Brazil, an airline has cancelled flights to and from the city of Atlanta after reports that a man carrying a concealed weapon had a bomb in his car.
On Thursday, two other states also issued travel warnings, with New Mexico and South Dakota reopening travel restrictions.
In Tennessee, the Tennessee Highway Patrol said a man armed with a handgun drove into a crowd of people on the interstate Friday night, wounding three people and killing one person.
The suspect was captured by a bystander who alerted law enforcement, authorities said.
In Oklahoma, state health officials are issuing travel advisies to Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Fargo, Okla., in anticipation of an outbreak of coronavirus in the region.
The state’s Department of Public Health has also said travelers in the metro area are urged to check in on a daily basis and report any unusual or unusual symptoms, including fever, cough and headache.
The state also said people who have been sickened by a coronaviruses recent cases should seek medical care and contact a health care provider. Read more (Reporting by Michelle Nichols; Editing by Cynthia Osterman)