Yesterday the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) added seven more destinations to its Level 4 “very high” risk category for travel, bringing the total to 74 nations. Per CDC guidance, Americans should now avoid travel to France, Iceland, Aruba, Israel, Thailand, French Polynesia and Eswatini. Those who absolutely must travel should be fully vaccinated, according to the agency.Contents hide • ocultar
39 States Meet The Criteria For CDC’s ‘Do Not Travel’ List
With the delta variant of the coronavirus wreaking havoc around the world, the CDC has been on a tear in adding to its “Do Not Travel” list. Last week, the agency named 16 countries to the “very high” risk category, including Greece, Ireland, Malta, St. Barts, St. Martin and the U.S. Virgin Islands. They joined other popular destinations already on the list, like the United Kingdom, Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands and Costa Rica.
Destinations that fall into the “very high” risk category have reported more than 500 cases per 100,000 residents in the past 28 days, according to CDC parameters.
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