The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned against travel in Afghanistan, Albania, Serbia, Belize, Lithuania and four other destinations due to concerns about COVID-19.
The CDC upgraded their travel recommendation to “Level 4: Very High” for nine destinations, telling Americans to avoid traveling to those destinations.
These nine destinations include Grenada, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Slovenia and Mauritius.
The CDC downgraded the alert level to “Level 3” for Australia, Romania and Ethiopia, and downgraded the travel alert for Brazil to “Level 3” from “Level 4”.
The State Department upgraded its travel warnings to “Level 4: Do Not Travel” for most of the countries listed yesterday, Monday, by the CDC.
On August 31, the US State Department upgraded the travel warning for Afghanistan to “Level 4: Do Not Travel.”