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The Public Health Agency of Canada has issued advice for travellers on the Zika virus, recommending that Canadians practice special health precautions while travelling in affected countries.
Pregnant women and those considering becoming pregnant should avoid travel to Bolivia. Demonstrations and labour strikes occur regularly throughout Bolivia, often with little notice, and can suddenly turn violent.
Once a roadblock is in place, local authorities, officials and vendors will not be able to enter or exit the city to provide supplies to those who are trapped.
Do not cross roadblocks, even if they appear unattended, as this may aggravate the situation and lead to physical harm.
There is a high level of crime on buses, in taxis and at transportation hubs.
If you suspect you are being targeting in such a scam, call the Tourism Police toll-free at 800 14 0081.
Organized robbery also occurs, where criminals operating in groups will distract victims by staging a fight, starting a conversation, offering help, blocking a sidewalk or throwing an object or liquid on the victims, while accomplices steal from them.
Individuals have been lured by very young children to a location where they are then robbed. Criminals often pose as police officers and then ask to examine the traveller’s belongings or ask the traveller to accompany them to a bogus police station, sometimes in collusion with a criminal posing as a taxi driver or another passenger.
If you plan to take a road trip, review your travel plans to determine if they will be affected by demonstrations or civil unrest, take personal security measures and monitor media reports.
Given that roadblocks may occur without warning and have stranded travellers for several days, you should take extra food, water, medicine and warm clothing.