Many common U.S. medications and supplements are illegal abroad or require government authorization.
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Know what to look for and what to avoid when attending organized or spontaneous events abroad.
The updated advisory emphasizes existing concerns. We do not recommend deferring or canceling travel to China.
We host one or two special on-campus enrollment events annually for faculty and staff to apply for the Global Entry Trusted Traveler program.
Harvard travelers will benefit from the International SOS program's strength of service and technology, and breadth of in-country medical and security resources.
Make more informed decisions on directions, food safety, translation services, and more with these helpful mobile apps.
Supreme Court upholds third attempt at a travel ban
Zika is still a risk, and the CDC continues to warn travelers about the mosquito-borne virus in Africa, the Americas, the Caribbean, Asia, Oceania, and the Pacific Islands.
A change in U.S. foreign policy has spurred protests, violence, and anti-Western sentiments. Travelers should maintain vigilence, avoid protests, and heed our advice.
A security professional shares advice and resources for dealing with street harassment abroad.