By lanreadeyemi • 21st Feb 2019 • 27 views • 2 comments

College students making plans for spring break travel may want to review a U.S. State Department advisory, warning of potentially dangerous places in Mexico.

The advisory was issued in November but may take on new urgency following last weekend deadly attack by four gunmen at a club in the popular tourist destination of Cancun, where at least five people were killed and another five were wounded.

The advisory is designed to give travelers a better understanding of places to avoid or take extra precautions. All 31 states in Mexico have warnings in place, with five states listed as "Do Not Travel," the Houston Chronicle reported, citing the Mexico Travel Advisory.


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