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Nys travel portal has announced it is banning travel to all of Europe for all travellers due to the spread of coronaviruses.
The Nys portal, which allows people to check on the status of their health and travel plans, said it was considering a ban for all people travelling to Europe from the 24th of November.
The travel advisory was issued on Monday afternoon and comes after Nys had issued travel advisories to travellers from the UK and US.
In a statement, Nys said: “Nys Travel Advisory was issued to travellers on Monday and has now been extended to the whole of Europe.”
Due to the extremely high level of the pandemic and the risk of contracting the coronavalvirus, the Nys Travel advisory has now extended to all countries in Europe and will remain in place until the coronavaides are contained.
“Nys will continue to monitor the situation with all countries.”
For more information on the coronaviases please visit www.nys.com.au.
“The announcement comes after news emerged that some airlines had banned travellers from a number of countries, including the UK, Ireland, Portugal, Spain and Greece.
It comes as officials warned that the coronaves are now more likely to reach Australia than in the UK because of the outbreak.
The coronaviral pandemic is spreading quickly and there is no sign of stopping.
The National Health and Medical Research Council says coronavireptavirids can be transmitted from one person to another, but the virus has not been found in people who have already died.
It said people in Australia have to take the precautions of being at home and not to share personal possessions.
In an emailed statement, a spokesperson for the Department of Health said it had been informed of the Nies Travel Advisory and the Department is monitoring the situation.
The Health Department’s coronavital virus and pneumonia advisory service said people were being asked to avoid travelling to countries with high levels of coronavalovirus in their home country.
They were also advised to avoid taking their children to travel, such as in a holiday park or at an amusement park.
They are also being urged to contact their GP if they think they may have been exposed to the virus.
Topics:hc-covid-19,travel-and-tourism,travel,diseases-and of-public-health-encyclopedia,travelers,traveler-related-disabilities,health,community-and,australiaFirst posted November 23, 2018 14:03:48Contact Nicola BoultonMore stories from New South Wales