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U.S. and Canada change travel warning for Haiti

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By Jennifer Browning

Two weeks ago after Canada relaxed its Haiti travel advisory, the United States also updated the advisory stating that the overall security condition in Haiti has improved.

Canadians are now advised to exercise caution regarding travel to Haiti. The same level of precaution applies to the neighboring Dominican Republic.

The U.S. State Department still warns Americans about risks related to traveling to the Caribbean country stating that the potential for violence motivated by political concerns remains high. The State Department also reported  concerns about hurricanes and other devastating storms.

United Kingdom maintains higher alerts for Haiti.