As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new travel guidelines on Monday, adding several countries to the “Do not travel” list.
The advisories warn against travel by unvaccinated travelers, unless their travel is necessary.
The government has maintained strict compliance with the pandemic situation across the globe, adding new nations to the list as their numbers climb in the face of the delta variant.
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Health officials have added Israel, Thailand, French Polynesia and several other countries to its list of “level 4: very high” risk travel destinations. At the same time, the US State Department issued a Level 4 “Do not travel” advisory for Iceland and France.
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“If you must travel to these destinations, make sure you are fully immunized before traveling,” the CDC warning reads.
The list of Tier 4 destinations includes 73 countries, such as Brazil, UK, Ireland, Costa Rica, Saudi Arabia and others.
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The Tier 3 “high” risk countries list is almost twice as long and includes many popular travel destinations including Jamaica, Italy, Croatia, Barbados, Bahamas and more.
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