The CDC Has Updated Their ‘Do Not Travel’ List

Officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have updated the list of places with a 'very high' COVID-19 travel risk...

France, Israel, and Thailand top the seven overseas destinations that were just added. Aruba and French Polynesia are also on the list. CDC officials say travel to these spots should be avoided if at all possible -- otherwise anyone who must travel should be fully vaccinated first.

And according to data just released by the CDC, 39 of the 50 United States have also met criteria to be put on their own "Do Not Travel" list.

While 74 nations now are in the "Level 4" very high risk category when it comes to travel, the U.S. alone is reporting 42.4 new cases of Covid-19 daily.

According to Forbes, "if the CDC applied its own standard to individual states, nearly four out of five would currently be flagged as a “Do Not Travel” destination."

The magazine goes on to say that if Florida were its own nation, it would be the second most infected location on the planet after Guadeloupe...

Check out the full report on Travel + Leisure.

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