H1N1 (Swine) Flu Travel Guidelines
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lifted its recommendation that American citizens avoid all nonessential travel to Mexico. As a result of the CDC's decision, the State Department's Travel Alert relating to the 2009 H1N1 influenza outbreak is no longer in effect.
The University of Texas at Austin administration has lifted the Mexico travel restrictions related to the H1N1 virus for business related travel.
Please review the CDC's travel health precautions for Mexico.
International Travel Recommendations for Members of the University Community
If you are traveling abroad, it will be important that you review travel recommendations/restrictions for your destination. The following sources will give you the most current information:
Travel Management Services: International SOS and State Department Alerts/Warnings.
Please print and carry an International SOS emergency contact card in the event you need emergency medical assistance, evacuation or if you have concerns about your destination once you have arrived.
Travel Management Services can provide laminated emergency contact cards.
Send e-mail: email@example.com. Please include your campus mail address.
International SOS: H1N1 virus current information on travel recommendations, countries that have placed restrictions on travelers coming from affected areas (this includes U.S. travelers), countries with cases, FAQ’s and much more.
Center for Disease Control, CDC: Information on staying healthy while traveling