U.S. Adds 4 New Countries to Highest COVID Travel Warning Level

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as the State Department lowered their COVID-19 travel warnings for India and raised them for several other countries this week.

As the federal government continues to assess the risk of the virus’ transmission around the world, the CDC and State Department each lowered their travel advisory for India to a “Level 2,” indicating a “moderate” level of COVID-19 transmission and warning Americans to “exercise increased caution” when traveling there.

Cases in India have dropped significantly since their peak in May when more

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CDC Adds France, Israel, Iceland, More to Highest ‘Level 4’ COVID-19 Travel Warning

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added seven more destinations to its highest “Level 4” COVID-19 travel warning, including European vacation spots like France and Iceland.

The advisory warns Americans against traveling to destinations with high levels of COVID-19 and tells them if they must, “make sure you are fully vaccinated before travel.” The agency, which has added many destinations to the list in recent weeks, considers a destination to have a “very high” level of transmission if at least 500 cases are recorded per 100,000 people.

In addition to France, Iceland and Israel, Aruba, Eswatini, French Polynesia, and

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Travel Advisory Issued for Allen County Indiana/Winter Storm Warning remains | Home

The following was released by the Allen County Office of Homeland Security on Sunday, Jan. 31, 2021:

Winter Weather Travel Watch issued

A Winter Weather Travel Watch has been issued for Allen County, Indiana. Heavy snow fell overnight and is continuing to fall making roads snow-covered, slick and hazardous for travel. Avoid travel if possible while crews work to clear and treat primary roads this morning.

If you do have to travel this morning, make sure to completely clear your vehicle of snow (windows, hood, roof) before traveling. Drive slower than usual and plan to slide when stopping or turning.

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