The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added three more countries to its highest advisory level, including the popular beach destination of Jamaica, warning Americans not to travel there.
The agency, which updates its travel advisory each week, raised Jamaica to a “Level 4,” indicating a “very high level” of COVID-19 transmission in the country and telling American tourists to “avoid travel” to the island. U.S. travelers are also advised by the State Department to not travel to Jamaica due to COVID-19.
For its part, Jamaica welcomes U.S. tourists with proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter. Travelers