U.S. Issues New Alert for Americans Traveling to These 2 States in Mexico

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July 20. The US State Department has issued a new warning for two states in Mexico and updated travel advisories for regions popular among travelers.

According to the official information recently published on the US Embassy page, the new alert is related to local crime. The US government has also shared a few recommendations for those visiting the areas affected.

The event description states that confrontation between criminal organizations has been reported due to the arrest of a leader and that US visitors will encounter more presence of the Mexican police and special security forces in the zone.

The State Department is reminding US citizens that the current travel warnings, for Sinaloa is a level 4, “do not travel”

The state of Sinaloa, right on the Pacific coast and facing the Gulf of California has been considered dangerous for travelers due to increasing crime and the rivalry between criminal organizations.

Source: Travel off Path

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