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Amid changing health conditions, eruptions of violence and political instability, a few locations may not be as safe for travellers as they were in past years, and it could affect your vacation plans.

A new interactive map shows the parts of the world that may be the riskiest for travellers right now, and Canadians will want to take note before embarking on any trips.

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If you're thinking of booking a trip, Canada recently issued multiple travel advisories that you should be aware of.

The Government of Canada has updated multiple travel warnings for reasons including widespread violence, political situations and changing health conditions, and you'll definitely want to take note.

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Canadians planning a vacation to Jamaica anytime soon will want to take note of a new travel advisory issued by Canada.

The government recently issued an advisory for the country due to a high level of violent crime, and there are certain areas that tourists will want to avoid.

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If you're planning to hit the beaches of Bali and then hit the bedroom with your partner next year, you might want to put a ring on it first.

Indonesian lawmakers just overhauled the country's entire criminal code, and the changes will soon make it illegal to have sex outside of marriage, CNN reports.

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As all travel restrictions in Canada come to an end on October 1, Indian passport-holders, who are among the highest immigrants to the country, wont have to go through COVID-19 testing -- along with many other entrants.

Those travelling on any kind of visa will not be required to show a proof of vaccination either. This is especially noteworthy for international students, who will be attending the Fall 2022 semester in-person, after a pandemic-inflicted hiatus of two years.

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