CDC Adds 16 Destinations to ‘Very High’ Covid-19 Travel Risk List

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The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added 16 destinations to its “very high” Covid-19 risk level on Monday.

According to the CDC, a risk designation of “Level 4: Covid-19 Very High” means people should avoid travel to these locations. Those who must travel should be fully vaccinated first.

Direct travel of noncitizens from Ireland and Greece to the United States has been suspended since January 25, 2021, under an executive order limiting travel from multiple countries. The White House recently said those restrictions would remain in place amid surging cases from the Delta variant

The following 16 destinations moved to the CDC’s “Level 4: Covid-19 Very High” category on August 2:
— Andorra
— Curaçao
— Gibraltar
— Greece
— Guadeloupe
— Iran
— Ireland
— Isle of Man
— Kazakhstan
— Lesotho
— Libya
— Malta
— Martinique
— Saint Barthelemy
— Saint Martin
— US Virgin Islands.

Here are some other typically popular travel destinations on the Level 4 category (as of August 3):
— Brazil
— Colombia
— Costa Rica
— Maldives
— The Netherlands
— Panama
— Portugal
— Seychelles
— Spain
— United Arab Emirates
— United Kingdom

You can look up the CDC’s risk level of any destination on its travel recommendations page.

Source: CNN Travel

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