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MEXICO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED; BRITAIN Briefing.

BRITISH travellers should feel free to go to Mexico after a fall in the number of new swine flu swine flu
n.
A highly contagious form of human influenza caused by a filterable virus identical or related to a virus formerly isolated from infected swine.
 cases, the Foreign Office said.

Holiday makers and business travellers had been advised against all non-essential travel to the country.

But the FCO FCO n abbr (BRIT) (= Foreign and Commonwealth Office) → Min. de AA. EE

FCO n abbr (Brit) (= Foreign and Commonwealth Office) →
 changed its advice, with a spokesman saying: "This change follows a decline in new cases of swine flu reported in Mexico since a peak on April 26, and takes into account information and advice from a variety of sources, including the UK Health Protection Agency."
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:May 16, 2009
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