With more than one million people on the move, the world of travel is on the brink of a new pandemic.
While the latest travel advisory is focused on the United States, it is a growing concern around the world.
With over 6 million people worldwide affected, there is a strong case for the world to take action and be prepared.
So what are the world’s biggest travel warnings?1.
The UK has announced it will remain open and open borders until the end of November.2.
The French are banning food and drinks to prevent the spread of Encephalitis, while a major supermarket chain in the UK has banned the sale of cigarettes, which have also been banned in the country.3.
The Netherlands has issued travel alerts for all of its 28 member states, with the country set to be the worst affected with more than 80% of its population being infected.4.
In Russia, travel advisories are in place for the capital Moscow, the southern city of St Petersburg and the north-eastern city of Novosibirsk.5.
The United States is on a state of emergency alert for major cities in Florida, Mississippi and Texas, while in Australia the National Emergency Management Agency says all travellers are being urged to be prepared for bushfires.
The United States has been one of the biggest hotspots for the virus in recent times.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were 6.8 million new cases in the United Kingdom and the UK accounted for 1.5% of the world total.
Australia has recorded over 50,000 confirmed cases, while the Netherlands has recorded 2.2 million cases.
According the WHO, the current outbreak is the largest in the world and is thought to have started in early December, when a coronavirus outbreak in the Netherlands affected almost 90% of all the countries in Europe.
There are currently over 3.6 million cases in Australia and the number of cases have risen to over 8,000 in the past few days.
This story originally appeared on News.au