CDC warns U.S. travellers to avoid Poland, Trinidad, and Tobago

 Wednesday, December 1, 2021 


Disease Control and Prevention Centers suggest against travel to Poland, Trinidad and Tobago, Niger, and Papua New Guinea, regardless of vaccination status. The four destinations were moved to the CDC’s “level 4” COVID-19 advisory list, which includes destinations the agency believes should be avoided by U.S. travelers. Travelers should be vaccinated before traveling to these destinations.

According to WHO, Poland has more than 162,000 new cases the week of 22nd Nov, up to 15% from the week prior. Trinidad and Tobago reports more than 4,000 cases the week of 22nd Nov., up 22% from the week prior, while Niger reports a 33% increase in cases and lastly, Papua New Guinea reports a 61% drop in cases the week of 22nd Nov. but a 5% increase in reported deaths tied to the virus.

Costa Rica, Bermuda, French Polynesia, and Guyana are now at level 3, CDC suggests travelers get fully vaccinated before traveling to these destinations or avoid nonessential travel.

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