As people’s urge to travel peaks during these beautiful summer months, the CDC has advised travelers to avoid certain countries in which cases have been surging. With the delta variant spreading across the globe, summer plans are being placed on hold. The CDC and State Department have suggested American tourists to avoid countries such as Spain, Portugal, Cyprus, and Kyrgyzstan. According to Glenn Garner of People Magazine, “The CDC has raised the advisory to ‘Level Four: Very High,’ recommending that Americans avoid travel to these locations, for which they note ‘even fully vaccinated travelers may be at risk for getting and spreading COVID-19 variants.’” Other advisory levels have increased in countries such as Israel and Armenia as case numbers continue to increase. Read more about the People article here.
CDC and State Departments Issue ‘Do Not Travel’ Advisories for Spain and Portugal
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