The Government of Canada has issued a travel advisory for the US.
According to the advisory, it is in place due to “natural disasters and climate” and was issued on July 6 following the earthquake in Searles Valley.
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“On July 5, a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck Searles Valley in California,” reads the advisory. “If you are in or around the affected areas: monitor local media, follow the instructions of local authorities.”
The epicentre of the earthquake was located in Ridgecrest, California.
Earthquakes pose a risk in Alaska, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oklahoma, Oregon and Washington State, says the advisory.
All of Canada’s travel advisories are listed on the government’s website.
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