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State Dept warns Americans traveling abroad to 'make contingency plans'


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The State Department warned on Thursday that Americans who are traveling abroad “should make contingency plans” as countries around the globe grapple with rising numbers of COVID-19 cases spurred by the omicron variant.

"U.S. citizens who do choose to travel internationally should make contingency plans, as they may have to remain in a foreign country longer than originally planned, which will be at their own expense," the department said in a media note.

"The Department recommends international travel insurance with coverage for COVID-related trip cancellation and medical benefits," it added. :snip:

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