The United States has issued a warning to citizens against traveling to five states in Mexico due to crime and violence, according to Business Insider.

“Mexico overall received a level-two warning, the second-lowest advisory from the State Department, which says US travelers should exercise increased caution. The department also advises US citizens that it has limited ability to provide emergency services in much of Mexico, as US government employees are barred from traveling to those places.”

The warned states are Colima, Guerrero, Michoacan, Sinaloa, and Tamaulipas


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