Travel Advisory Issued for Allen County Indiana/Winter Storm Warning remains | Home

The following was released by the Allen County Office of Homeland Security on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2021:

Winter Weather Travel Watch issued

A Winter Weather Travel Watch has been issued for Allen County, Indiana. Heavy snow fell overnight and is continuing to fall making roads snow-covered, slick and hazardous for travel. Avoid travel if possible while crews work to clear and treat primary roads this morning.

If you do have to travel this morning, make sure to completely clear your vehicle of snow (windows, hood, roof) before traveling. Drive slower than usual and plan to slide when stopping or turning.

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Dubai blamed for COVID cases abroad after tourists bring variants home

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – After opening itself to New Year’s revelers, Dubai is now being blamed by several countries for spreading the coronavirus abroad, even as questions swirl about the city-state’s ability to handle reported record spikes in cases.

The government’s Dubai Media Office says the sheikhdom is doing all it can to handle the pandemic, though it has repeatedly declined to answer questions from The Associated Press about its hospital capacity.

“After a year of managing the pandemic, we can confidently say the current situation is under control and we have our plans to surge any capacity in

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Brits scramble to fly home to UK before all travel corridors are scrapped

Britons are scrambling to fly back home before all travel corridors are scrapped and all arrivals in the UK require a negative coronavirus test.

The travel corridors will be scrapped from 4am on Monday to “protect against the risk of as yet unidentified new strains” of coronavirus, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said.

It means arrivals from every destination will need to self-isolate for 10 days or receive a negative result from a coronavirus test taken at least five days after they enter the UK.

Photos taken at UK airports show travellers, including one wearing a full-body hazmat suit to

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New CDC Thanksgiving guidelines ask you to stay home. But what if you’re about to travel?

A traveler sleeps at LAX.
LAX travelers will find signs that detail its cleaning protocols. (Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which has been urging Americans to stay close to home for months, updated its advice Thursday to an even blunter message: Stay home for Thanksgiving.

“Postponing travel and staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others this year,” the CDC said in new rules posted Thursday.

The agency posed several questions to ask yourself and your loved ones. If the answer to any of them is “yes,” the agency said, “you should consider

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