In case you’re enthusiastic about taking a visit overseas, Roommates, you may need to rethink. As COVID-19 circumstances proceed to extend, the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention (CDC) has launched an up to date record of 80 nations thought-about unsafe to journey. The CDC has 4 ranges that begin at low to reasonable, excessive, and escalate to very excessive. A few of the high journey locations are on this record and will forestall touring when you’ve got deliberate journeys.
Sadly, when you’ve got nations like Jamaica, Aruba, Bahamas, and Costa Rica, in your bucket record, it’s really useful that you just maintain off going. In keeping with the Washington Publish, CDC’s spokeswomen Caitlin Shockey launched a press release saying, “Journey will increase your likelihood of getting and spreading COVID-19.” She continued, “It’s possible you’ll really feel effectively and never have any signs, however you possibly can nonetheless unfold COVID-19 to others. Staying house is one of the best ways to guard your self and others from COVID-19.”
Worldwide journey locations aren’t the one ones on the record. There are additionally some fashionable vacationer areas inside the USA together with, Georgia, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. All states are at present listed as degree 4. In simply weeks, Puerto Rico upgraded from degree three to 4, in keeping with The Hill. Final month, the island’s Governor Pedro Pierluisi restricted alcohol gross sales, concert events, weddings, and different actions that require folks to assemble can be banned attributable to COVID-19 circumstances.
Different nations have taken different vital measures to cease vacationers from coming into their nations, significantly Individuals. The CDC’s web site states that some nations corresponding to China, Iran, the UK, and others should not even permitting vacationers from the USA to enter.
Roommates, does the CDC up to date record change your thoughts about touring?
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