A total of 62 countries have issued travel advisories for their citizens planning on visiting Thailand, 19 of them with a red alert, according to the Foreign Affairs Ministry.
The 19 countries which have issued a red alert – telling their people to avoid traveling to Thailand unless necessary – are: the United States, Spain, Italy, Finland, Russia, Greece, Hungary, Malta, Iran, Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Croatia and Cyprus.
The 43 others have warned their citizens to exercise caution while in Thailand by closely monitoring the situation and not getting near to protest sites.
They are: Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, England, Ireland, France, Germany, Austria, Portugal, Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania, Latvia, Estonia, Slovakia, Luxemburg, Turkey, India, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria, Israel, Kazakhstan, Maldives, Japan, China, Taiwan, Macau, Indonesia, Brunei, Australia and New Zealand.
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