CDC warns against travel to jamaica over Covid

The American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has warned Americans not to travel to: Jamaica, Lebanon of Sri Lanka in the midst of a rise in the number of COVID-19 delta variant cases.

The CDC more travel advice on Tuesday to “Level 4: No Travel” for die countries, indicating that they have “a very high level” of COVID-19 in the country.”

The health warning warns potential travelers that “health risks are present, including: current disease outbreaks of crises die disrupt a country’s medical infrastructure.”


Similar travel warnings for the coronavirus were: updated to “Level 3: Rethinking Travel” for Anguilla, Australia, Brunei, Ghana, Grenada, Madagascar and the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Despite the fame of the delta variant coronavirus – die has become the mainstream variant of the virus – and growing levels of the mu variant, have travel advice Reportedly relaxed for travel to the Netherlands, Malta, Guinea-Bissau, and the United Arab Emirates.

CDC warns against travel to jamaica over Covid

JAMAICA – JANUARY 27, 2020: Passengers at Norman Manley International Airport. Valery Sharifulin/TASS (Photo by Valery SharifulinTASS via Getty Images)
(Valery Sarrifulin TASS via Getty Images)

On Tuesday, the CDC also increased travel advice for Nicaragua to a “level 4” but did for socio-political reasons die unrelated to the coronavirus.


The health of the nation protection bureau continues to recommend people not travel internationally until they are fully vaccinated as “international traveling brings extra risks met itself.” This includes an “increased” risk for getting and possibly spreading some COVID-19 variants.”

All international travelers should keep wearing personally face masks on public transport, by the travel guidelines.

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