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Could you tell me if it is correct to say there is no contact between the cities to mean you can't get travel between the cities? For example:

At the moment there is no contact between the cities: the road is flooded.

If it doesn't sound natural, what are natural ways to say it?

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"No contact" would seem to suggest that the phone lines are down too.

I think I'd phrase it as "There is no route between the cities". Or "The cities are cut off from each other."

Or the famous headline "Fog in English Channel. Continent cut off"

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