US State Department Changes Travel Warning System
The U.S. State Department recently changed how it issues warnings to U.S. citizens about international travel. The agency used to release advisories, warnings, or bulletins about specific nations. The system has changed so that each country now has an advisory and is then rated on a four-point threat scale. Watch Peter Greenberg’s report for CBS This Morning about this new rating system, and why it may be misleading and confusing.
For more information about travel safety and travel warnings, check out:
- Does Travel Insurance Cover a Terrorist Attack?
- What Different State Department Warnings Mean For You
- Travel Warnings About the United States
By Peter Greenberg for PeterGreenberg.com