The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has added six more countries to its list with COVID-19travel advisories.
COVID-19’s Omicron variant has continued to wreak havoc worldwide, and it’s putting a damper on travelers’ ability to visit different parts of the globe.
In addition to the warning against traveling via cruise, the CDC has also updated its COVID-19 travel advisory Level 4 list with nine new countries. Countries added to the Level 4 list have posed the highest COVID-19 risk to travelers, with the CDC saying you should “avoid travel to this destination.”
The nine newly added countries include Anguilla, Chile, Ecuador, Kosovo, Mexico, Moldova, Paraguay, Saint Vincent, Grenadines, and Singapore.