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CDC warns against travel to France, Portugal, Jordan and Cyprus amid high COVID levels

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning travelers against visiting popular destinations including France and Portugal because of “very high” levels of COVID-19.

The health agency Monday issued a “level 4” recommendation against travel to France, Portugal, Jordan, Cyprus, Andorra, Jordan, Liechtenstein and Tanzania, adding to a long list of destinations including Germany and Denmark.

The recommendation comes as the CDC continues to monitor COVID-19 risk in destinations around the globe.

If you must travel to one of the CDC’s “level 4” destinations, the health agency wrote to “make sure you are fully vaccinated before travel.”

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US travelers should avoid Poland, Trinidad and Tobago regardless of vaccination status, CDC warns

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is advising against travel to Poland, Trinidad and Tobago, Niger and Papua New Guinea, regardless of vaccination status.

The four destinations were moved to the CDC’s “level 4” COVID-19 advisory list, which includes destinations the agency believes should be avoided by U.S. travelers. Travelers who “must” travel to these destinations should be fully vaccinated, the CDC says.

The shift comes as the world grapples with the latest COVID-19 variant, omicron, which was announced as a “variant of concern” on Friday. None of the countries the CDC moved to “level 4” have reported cases

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Avoid travel to Denmark and Germany, regardless of vaccination status, CDC warns

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are cautioning against travel to Germany and Demark after moving the two popular European destinations to its list of countries with “very high” COVID-19 rates.

The two countries were bumped up to the CDC’s “level 4” category on Monday, with the agency raising guidance to warn that all U.S. travelers should avoid these destinations regardless of vaccination status. Both countries allow fully vaccinated U.S. tourists to visit as of Tuesday.

“If you must travel to these destinations, make sure you are fully vaccinated before travel,” the CDC says on its website.

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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.

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