The Illinois Travel Advisory Group (ITAG) has released a new report that recommends Illinois travelers to take steps to mitigate the risk of travel and to travel to destinations in the United States.
The report was released on Friday and outlines some of the recommendations made by the group to the state’s governor, state transportation commissioner and state senators.
According to the advisory group’s recommendations, the Illinois travel guidance advisory is meant to help travelers avoid travel to the United Kingdom and other countries, and to help the State of Illinois provide additional travel information to Illinoisans, including information on the cost and availability of air travel to and from the United Republic of Nations, and information on how to secure the best possible quality of life.
The group also recommends that Illinoisans take measures to reduce the risk that they might be harmed or even killed by a terrorist attack.
It recommends that travelers should:Travel to countries where they are comfortable with security.
Travel with someone who has adequate knowledge of the country and is able to travel safely and independently.
Protect personal information and protect sensitive data.
Be vigilant about the types of businesses that you visit and the people you interact with.
Protect your financial information and information you are legally entitled to.
The Illinois Travel Guidance Advisory (ITG) is made up of more than 20 state agencies, including the Department of Transportation, Department of Homeland Security, Department for the Health and Hospitals, Department (formerly Department of Labor), Department of State, Department Economic Development, Department and State Budget, and Department of Financial and Professional Regulation.
The advisory group also advises the State Department of Insurance and the Department to review travel guidance for their states, which they are now required to do.