CDC Added 3 Places As High Risk For Covid-19
The recent report said that CDC added 3 places as high risk for Covid-19.
An Eastern European nation that is well-known for its mountains, dense woods, and folklore culture was one of the three locations that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the United States of America put in its "high" risk category for travel recently.
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During a week in which there were minimal overall shifts in risk assessment, the most significant travel destination to obtain a Level 3, "COVID-19 high," rating was Romania.
The other two were the neighboring countries of Moldova and St. Pierre and Miquelon, which are a French archipelago located off the coast of Newfoundland in Canada. Moldova is a smaller country than Romania and known for its wine production.
On August 1st, there were roughly 125 destinations available at Level 3. More than half of the approximately 235 locations that are monitored by the CDC are considered to be Level 3 facilities.
After the CDC updated its ratings system for assessing Covid-19 risk for travelers in April, Level 3 became the top rung in terms of risk level.
The distinction is given to areas with more than 100 cases per 100,000 residents in the previous 28 days. Levels 2 and 1 are classified as "moderate" and "low" danger, respectively.
To summarize, these three destinations were designated as "high" risk on Monday:
• Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Level 4, once the greatest risk level, is now designated primarily for exceptional cases, the appearance of a new variety of concern, or the collapse of health care infrastructure. So yet, no locations have been assigned to Level 4 under the new method.
Much of Europe has been stuck at Level 3 for months, as the summer travel season enters a typically busy August. As of August 1, the following popular European destinations remained at Level 3:
- The Netherlands
- United Kingdom
These aren't the only high-profile locations that have fallen to Level 3. Numerous other sites across the world are classified as "high risk," including the following:
- South Korea
- Costa Rica
Before traveling to a Level 3 destination, the CDC recommends that you get your Covid-19 immunizations up to date. Being "up to date" means that you have received all of your initial immunizations as well as any boosters for which you are eligible.