The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on Tuesday that several countries had been downgraded from their travel advisories list due to a growing number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus.
According to Reuters.com, the CDC has raised its travel advisory to “level 4: very high” for Brunei, Jamaica and Sri Lanka, with the level 4 list now comprising around 80 destinations, including several US territories.
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The Level 4 Travel Advisory says Americans should avoid going to the scene.
Several destinations were also upgraded from level 4 to “level 3: high”, including the Netherlands, Malta, Guinea-Bissau and the United Arab Emirates. The CDC urges unvaccinated Americans to avoid visiting these places.
Other countries have also been downgraded to Level 3, such as Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Benin, Ghana, Grenada, Turks and Caicos Islands.
Australia has also been demoted from “Level 1 1: Basic” to “Level 2: Moderate. “
Last week, the CDC downgraded seven countries and territories from Level 3 to Level 4 due to a growing number of COVID-19 cases, including Azerbaijan, Estonia, Guam, North Macedonia, Puerto Rico , Saint Lucia and Switzerland.
In August, the Bahamas, Haiti, Kosovo, Lebanon, Morocco and Sint Maarten were also added to the level 4 list.