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Coronavirus: Britons advised against non-essential foreign travel

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Coronavirus: Britons advised against non-essential foreign travel

Coronavirus: Britons advised against non-essential foreign travel

Britons have been advised against non-essential travel to anywhere in the world as the coronavirus crisis closed borders around the globe.

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said the fast-paced nature of the crisis meant that it was now necessary to issue global guidance.

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