U.S. CDC advises against travel to Austria, Barbados over COVID-19 By Reuters
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), on Monday advised against traveling to Armenia, Austria Barbados, Croatia, and Latvia due to COVID-19 fears.
The CDC has raised the level of its travel recommendation to “Level 4 Very High”. This means that Americans should not travel to these five countries.
Also, the CDC has lowered their travel advice to Morocco, Argentina France, Iceland Lesotho Nepal Portugal, South Africa to “Level 3”. This means that travelers are advised to get fully vaccinated prior to visiting these countries.
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