The US State Department has downgraded its travel advisory for US citizens travelling to Cuba for a second time since a “do not travel” warning went into effect in 2017. An Aug. 23 travel notice posted to the Department’s website softened the advisory to a Level 2 warning, indicating travelers should “exercise increased caution.” It replaced the previous Level 3 warning, which went into effect in March and recommended travelers reconsider their trips ...

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