The Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention (CDC) has added 4 locations to its listing of “high-risk” journey places relating to COVID-19 statistics.
Guyana, Mongolia, Namibia and St. Kitts and Nevis have been all deemed a Stage 3 journey danger on Monday, in accordance with the CDC. They have been beforehand categorized at Stage 2, or “reasonable” danger.
“Ensure you are updated along with your COVID-19 vaccines earlier than touring to those locations. If you’re not updated along with your COVID-19 vaccines, keep away from journey to those locations,” the CDC warned about Stage 3 places.
To be thought-about a Stage 3 or high-risk vacation spot, international locations should have greater than 100 new COVID-19 circumstances per 100,000 residents over the previous 28 days.
Stage 4 is named “Particular Circumstances/Do Not Journey.” No places are presently on that listing.
In April, the company eliminated all locations from the Stage 4 danger class, saying it might reserve “Stage 4” warnings “for particular circumstances, comparable to quickly escalating case trajectory or extraordinarily excessive case counts, emergence of a brand new variant of concern, or healthcare infrastructure collapse.”
“With this new configuration, vacationers can have a extra actionable alert for when they need to not journey to a sure vacation spot (Stage 4), no matter vaccination standing, till now we have a clearer understanding of the COVID-19 state of affairs at that vacation spot,” the assertion added.
Within the U.S., circumstances are on a barely upward development, with a nationwide each day case common of greater than 98,000, the CDC’s knowledge confirmed as of Monday.
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