A latest interactive map has uncovered the most risky nations on the planet to travel to. It will not shock anyone that war affected nations, for example, Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Syria and Sudan are altogether recorded as having the most elevated travel security chance. Visitors from Germany, the United States, China, South Korea, Canada, South Africa, Australia, UK and New Zealand are all the least likely to experience an illness during their trip.
For countries such as Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, Slovenia, Greenland and Finland, the health risk for passengers is insignificant. A portion of the world’s most hazardous streets are in Vietnam, Venezuela, Belize, Saudi Arabia, the Dominican Republic, South Africa and Thailand. The Travel Hazard Map is a comprehensive assessment of the prevailing threats in terms of health and security issues worldwide. All hazard evaluations indicated are taken in November 2019.
Extreme security risk countries:
- South Sudan
- Central African Republic
Highest medical risk countries:
- North Korea