Iraq: Do not travel
Kenya, Mozambique: High degree of caution
DFAT is warning travellers that local authorities have declared a dengue fever epidemic in New Caledonia, following an increase in confirmed cases in late 2016 and early 2017.
Most recent cases have been reported in the Greater Noumea Area, however, DFAT is highlighting an ‘alert not alarm’ approach and advises travellers to New Caledonia to exercise normal safety precautions and prepare against being bitten by mosquitoes by using an insect repellent, wearing loose fitting, light-coloured clothing, and ensuring accommodation is mosquito-proof.
Travellers should seek medical advice if they develop a fever, muscle pain, rash or severe headache.
Local authorities have dengue fever, zika virus and chikungunya prevention measures in place.
Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo: Do not travel
Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Venezuela: Reconsider your need to travel
Côte d’Ivoire, India, Indonesia, Israel, the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, Guinea, Mexico, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, The Gambia, Turkey, Ukraine: High degree of caution
Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Yemen: Do not travel
Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of the Congo: Reconsider your need to travel
Colombia, Russia: High degree of caution