DoD expands COVID-19 measures
US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper has announced new travel restrictions for serving members of the armed forces, civilian DoD staff and their families.
The restrictions are due to take effect from 13 March and will last for 60 days.
They will apply to Level 3 locations as designated by the Centre for Disease Control (CDC). Level 3 advises against all non-essential travel.
The new warnings apply to most European countries including Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Norway, Poland, Spain and Sweden.
The United Kingdom is not included in the list of Level 3 countries.
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