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Travel Advisories

Travel Advisories

Advisory Level Date Updated Liechtenstein Travel Advisory


Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions


October 8, 2019


North Macedonia Travel Advisory


Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions


December 23, 2019


Nauru Travel Advisory


Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions


March 11, 2020


Palau Travel Advisory


Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions


February 4, 2020


Burma (Myanmar) Travel Advisory


Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution


March 26, 2019


Worldwide Caution


Caution


January 15, 2019


Afghanistan Travel Advisory


Level 4: Do Not Travel


October 22, 2019


Albania Travel Advisory


Level 1: Exercise Normal Precautions


July 10, 2019


Algeria Travel Advisory


Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution


April 9, 2019


Andorra Travel Advisory


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Government Travel Charge Card

Government Travel Charge Card




Travel Programs > Government Travel Charge Card

Government Travel Charge Card

The Government Travel Charge Card Program (GTCC) provides travelers with a safe, effective, convenient, and commercially available method to pay for expenses associated with official travel. The GTCC includes Individually Billed Accounts (IBAs) and Centrally Billed Accounts (CBAs).


The DoD policy is that the Government-sponsored, Contractor-issued travel card should be used to pay for ALL official travel expenses while on TDY/TAD. Personal use of the travel card or using the travel card to pay for someone else’s travel expenses is prohibited. The use of the travel card for non-official expenses may result in disciplinary actions.


Service and Agency personnel needing assistance should contact their local Agency Program Coordinator (APC). APCs are responsible for managing the DoD GTCC program.

Policy

Use of the travel card is mandated by the Travel

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Government of Ghana Travel Advisory: Everything You Need to know

Government of Ghana Travel Advisory: Everything You Need to know

The government of Ghana has outlined a travel advisory that discourages all travels into the Republic of Ghana until further notice.

Mr. Oppong Nkrumah said the travel advisory takes immediate effect from Monday 15th March 2020.

According to the government, any traveler, with the exception of Ghanaian citizens and persons with Ghana residence permits who have within the last 14 days traveled to a country that has recorded at least 200 cases of Covid-19, will not be admitted into the Ghanaian jurisdiction.

The government said it has instructed Airlines and border post not to allow such persons into the jurisdiction

It added that there will be a compulsory 14-day self -quarantine for persons who are otherwise allowed to enter the Ghanaian jurisdiction.

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it has also said guidelines for self-quarantine will be available at the various Ghanaian ports

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