Which country is currently experiencing the worst travel advisory for the upcoming year?
The travel advisory board of Egypt, one of the world’s top travel destinations, issued an advisory for October, warning that the country is experiencing a severe and immediate crisis with an Ebola outbreak.
The advisory came as the World Health Organization issued a “red alert” for the country, which means the WHO is warning of an increased risk of EV-D68.
A “red” alert is a signal of an immediate and significant health threat.
It is a condition in which the public should be especially vigilant about public gatherings and travel.
Ebola, which has killed more than 9,300 people in West Africa, has been detected in parts of Egypt and the Sinai Peninsula.
The virus is currently spreading in Ethiopia and in neighboring Yemen, both countries that have a long history of exporting the virus.
Egypt is one of several countries in the Middle East that have been affected by a wave of travel, including Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Syria.
The advisory was issued on Monday by the Travel Advisory Board of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which includes Egypt, Oman, Saudi, Bahrain, and Qatar.
It was issued following the announcement of a “thorough review of all measures and steps taken to prevent the spread of the virus in the United States,” according to a statement from the UAE’s tourism department.
“The UAE will continue to monitor and take all necessary measures to protect our citizens,” the statement said.
More than 300 airlines have suspended flights to the U.S. for the next few days, including Emirates, American Airlines, Delta, and Southwest.