Travel advisory issued by the US Travel and Tourism Council (USTC) for the United States on Monday, March 9, 2018.
The US government has been advising US citizens not to travel to the US following the flu outbreak.
It also warns people to not go outdoors during the pandemic.
Travelers who cannot travel because of the pandemics virus could face hefty fines.
The American Public Health Association (APHA) has issued a travel advisory for US citizens to help them plan their travel plans.
It says people can stay home until the pandemaker’s vaccine is effective.
The APHA recommends that US citizens travel to Mexico and Central America, where flu cases are higher, as well as Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK and the US.
The United States is also urged to follow up with its US-Mexico border by March 11 to ensure its borders are open.
Read the full statement here.
More:The European Union has warned European citizens to stay away from Europe and other European countries until the flu vaccine is completely effective.
It said EU citizens should be advised not to leave the EU or its member states until March 11, 2018, in the wake of the flu virus pandemic in the US and Canada.
In a statement, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said it was issuing an advisory for flights into and out of Chicago and its surrounding suburbs on Monday.
The FAA said flights to Chicago were expected to begin as early as March 12 and would be limited to 30 people.
Read it here.
The advisory said the FAA had already restricted all flights into the US from April 1.