The CDC has Placed These Caribbean Islands on 'Do Not Travel' List

The CDC has Placed These Caribbean Islands on 'Do Not Travel' List
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New rules and new travel lists, try not to step foot in the danger zone when you plan a trip to the Caribbean

OT Staff
March 06 , 2021
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The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention has marked some Caribbean islands under the “ Do Not Travel” list, especially for American tourists who plan a trip to the islands during their holidays.

An emergency alert has been sent since the area is now a “Level 4: COVID19 very high” zone.

Popular spots such as Antigua, Barbuda, Curacao, along with Aruba and Saint Lucia have been banned for entry in order to curb the spread of the virus.

The agency keeps updating the masses about new rules and restrictions according to each country’s risk level. They also request those who are booking a ticket to the US to get tested during departure and after arrival.

Recent updates include checking risks via data collected by the World Health Organization and familiarising them with new COVID19 vaccines and other amenities.

Travellers can still take a relaxing vacation in the following places: Bermuda and the Bahamas which are marked under Level 3 COVID19 High; Grenada under Level 2 COVID19 Moderate; and Anguilla marked as Level 1 COVID19 Low.

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