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CDC Adds More Caribbean Islands to Its List of High-risk Destinations Due to COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added Antigua and Barbuda and Bermuda to its highest travel advisory on Monday, in its latest assessment of the coronavirus risk around the globe.

The classification, a “Level 4” advises Americans to “avoid travel” to these countries due to a “very high” level of COVID-19. The South American country of Guyana is also now designated as a “Level 4.”

The CDC also raised the island of Bonaire to a “Level 3” from a “Level 2,” and added six more destinations to its “Level 3” classification, including Colombia and Ukraine. The CDC recommends

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The CDC Says Don’t Visit These Popular Destinations Right Now

U.S. travelers have been jet-setting around the world this summer, after largely being unable to travel for more than a year. But if you’re planning a last-minute island vacation somewhere warm as summer transitions to fall, know that the Delta variant is not only causing an uptick in the contiguous U.S. Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) placed some popular vacation destinations on its top-tier list for places to avoid traveling right now because of COVID, including Puerto Rico, Jamaica, and the Bahamas. And now, more beloved island destinations have been added to the list.

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CDC warns Americans against traveling to Jamaica, Sri Lanka in latest COVID-19 guidance

Two more popular island getaways have been added to the COVID-19 travel advisory list.

Jamaica and Sri Lanka are the newest destinations to make the list of riskiest places to travel during the pandemic, according to updated guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The CDC also added Brunei, a southeast Asian country on the island of Borneo, to its “Level 4” category of COVID-19 travel notices.

The CDC advises Americans to avoid travel altogether to destinations in the Level 4 category, which applies to places that have had more than 500 new COVID-19 cases per

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CDC says travelers should avoid Puerto Rico, Switzerland, other destinations due to COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has added two U.S. territories to its list of destinations with “very high” COVID-19 risk, advising Americans against traveling to Puerto Rico and Guam, among other destinations in CDC Travel Health Notices issued Monday.

The agency also upgraded Switzerland, Saint Lucia, Azerbaijan, Estonia and North Macedonia to Level 4 on Monday. Level 4 is the CDC’s highest risk category. The State Department also added those five countries to its “Level 4: Do Not Travel” list due to COVID-19 concerns.

The State Department, which takes CDC Travel Health Notices into account for

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