The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Thursday they have revised their travel advisory information and while many countries are still off-limits for nonessential travel, they have relaxed travel advice for several countries.
If packing your bags and embarking on international travel is something you’re chomping at the bit to do, the CDC has now marked the following countries as having low, or very low risk of COVID-19.
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— CDC Travel Health (@CDCtravel) August 4, 2020
According to the CDC’s revised advisory, the following countries are listed at a Level 1: COVID-19 risk is low. The CDC recommends older adults, people of any age with certain underlying medical conditions, and others at increased risk for severe illness talk to their healthcare providers before traveling to the following destinations:
The CDC has listed the following countries as No Travel Health Notice: Covid-19 Risk is Very Low:
British Virgin Islands