College students might have to rethink their spring break plans.
The State Department is warning people against traveling to potentially dangerous places in Mexico.
An advisory was issued back in November but takes on new urgency after a deadly shooting in Cancun last week.
At least five people were killed after four gunmen opened fire inside a club at the popular tourist destination.
The advisory categorizes each area of Mexico, with levels ranging from “normal precautions” to “do not travel”.
The state department says the list is designed to inform people of places to avoid or take extra safety measures while on vacation adding “traveling to high-risk locations puts your life, and possibly the lives of others, in jeopardy”.