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CDC Warns Against Travel to These Popular European Destinations in Latest COVID-19 Advisory

A group of popular European vacation destinations has been added to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s highest warning level due to rising coronavirus cases.

Iceland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary were each raised to “Level 4,” which indicates a “very high” level of COVID-19 transmission. The CDC is warning Americans to “avoid” traveling there.

Additionally, Guernsey, an island in the English Channel, was also raised to a “Level 4.”

“As the COVID-19 situation around the world changes, CDC is monitoring COVID-19 risk in destinations around the world and making travel recommendations,” the agency wrote.

The CDC,

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CDC Says to ‘Avoid’ These EU and Caribbean Destinations in Latest Travel Guidance

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week warned against traveling to a pair of popular vacation destinations: the Netherlands and the Cayman Islands.

The agency, which updates its travel advisory on a weekly basis, raised both destinations to its highest “Level 4” travel warning, telling Americans to “avoid” both countries. The Department of State, in turn, raised both the Netherlands and the Cayman Islands to its highest travel advisory level.

Every country in Europe and Central Asia is “facing a real threat of Covid-19 resurgence or already fighting it,” World Health Organization regional director, Hans Kluge said, according

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U.S. Officials Tell Americans to Avoid Jamaica in Latest Travel Warning

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

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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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