Two Latin American countries issued U.S. travel advisories after mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio.
Venezuela's government suggested its citizens postpone travel to the U.S. or take precautions because of the "hatred against migrant populations, pronounced and executed from the supremacist elite who hold political power in Washington."
Uruguay issued a similar travel warning to citizens due to "growing indiscriminate violence, mostly for hate crimes, including racism and discrimination."
Both countries also list the "indiscriminate possession of firearms by the [U.S.] population" in their advisories and urge their citizens to avoid places with large crowds like shopping malls, theme parks and festivals.
It's worth noting the U.S. State Department has travel advisories for Americans to both Uruguay and Venezuela. It lists Uruguay as a Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution and Venezuela as a Level 4: Do Not Travel.