International SOS, an international company that provides travel security services, gives their annual travel risk map, saying that next year, Europe will be considered the highest risk-free or safe travel destination. The countries are Denmark, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Slovenia, Luxembourg and Switzerland. At the same time, the most vulnerable and vulnerable countries are Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Somalia and Syria. International SOS has asked those who will be traveling overseas next year to consider this list.
International SOS has also chosen Iceland’s Felsiness Peninsula as a ‘trivial’ but at-risk country. In defining this list, the company considers the spread of infectious diseases and political terrorism in addition to health and safety risks. Different colors are used to indicate high levels of risk and not significant. Again some parts of Mexico and Colombia have been identified as safe and some areas are at risk. However, International SOS has asked travelers to give priority to their own discretion. It has been said that travelers should leave the destination after conducting regular research. It also states that most countries in Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia, China and Europe are less risky. And most countries in Africa are told that there is a moderate or high risk.
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