The US will only be issuing passports in “life-or-death emergencies,” in an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19

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“Life-or-death emergencies” include any serious illness, injury or death in the immediate family that would require travel within three days, and applicants must provide proof like “a death certificate, a statement from a mortuary, or a signed letter from a hospital or medical professional,” according to the State Department.


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