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Coronavirus: Foreign Office advises against travel to US and Spain

Independent Sunday, 15 March 2020
Announcement comes just after Donald Trump extended US travel ban to UK
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News video: UK Foreign Office advises against travel to Spain as country declares state of emergency during coronavirus outbreak

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The UK's Foreign Office advises nationals to avoid travelling to Spain as the country declares a state of emergency due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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