CDC publishes updated list of countries for pandemic-related travel risk

 Thursday, June 23, 2022 


CDC updated list

The Covid-19 virus is still active in some countries. The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) publishes a new list of travel-related risks for several countries. The countries receiving a new ranking can change their internal tourist management according to the list.

According to the CDC listing, there are three levels that indicate the level of risk. Level 3 indicates that there are still some risk factors, and cases are more than 100. Level 2 means the risk is less than Level 3 but there are still some risks present, cases will be between 50 and 100.

In Level 1, it can be assumed that cases are either 49 or fewer. The calculation however is done based on updates from the last 28 days.

Romania and Sweden are pushed into Level 2 in the CDC updated list. Per 100,000 residents they have reported cases between 50 and 100. Countries Bolivia, Ethiopia, Morocco and Kenya have also received level 2 statuses.

However, other major European countries such as France, Greece, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Netherlands and Norway are put in Level 3. This indicates that it is still quite risky to travel in these countries.

Brazil, Costa Rica, Canada, Malaysia, Mexico, Thailand and South Korea are also put in Level 3. The important countries around the globe are not yet entirely risk-free from Covid-19.

A couple of countries like Bhutan, Comoros, Cambodia, Canary Island, Congo, Ghana, Democratic Republic and Macau remain on the unknown list.

« Back to Page

Related Posts


Subscribe to our Newsletter

I want to receive travel news and trade event update from Travel And Tour World. I have read Travel And Tour World's Privacy Notice.

Mar 30
March 30 - April 1
Mar 31
March 31 - April 2