The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated the list of countries it is not desirable to travel to at this time, among epidemics, due to an increase in the number of infected cases. List, according to Reuters “Do not travel” Many countries are now included in the “Level 4: Highest” warning for Kovit-19, including France, Iceland, Israel, Thailand, the West Bank and Gaza.
U.S. health officials have listed several countries, including Austria, Croatia, El Salvador, Azerbaijan, Guam, Kenya and Jamaica, as “Level 3: High.” Earlier this month, the CDC had already added other countries to its Tier 4 list, including Andorra, Curaao, Greece, Ireland, Iran, the Isle of Man, Kazakhstan, Lesotho, Libya, Malta, Martinique, Saint Bartholomew and the Virgin Islands Americans. .
The CDC says unvaccinated travelers should avoid unnecessary travel to these countries at all costs. Also, in July, the U.S. State Department released updated travel advice for Spain and Portugal, advising Americans to avoid traveling to European destinations amid the Covit-19 eruptions. The State Department and the CDC also issued a Level 4 travel alert for the UK last month.
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