The U.S. State Department on Wednesday added at least 116 countries to its list of countries, the equivalent of our foreign office, where it is strongly advised not to travel. They include France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland and many more.
On Monday, the department announced the completion of a list covering 34 states, which strongly recommends “do not travel”. Since yesterday, France has appeared on the fourth level alert. “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in France has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice due to Govit-19, which marks the highest Govt-19 in the country,” the State Department explained.
US diplomacy warns against the threat of an attack and, surprisingly, against the yellow-clad demonstrations of 2018 and 2019. “Demonstrations continue in France in Paris and other major cities, and should continue in the coming weeks. With complete disregard for public safety, property damage, including looting and fire, has occurred in populated tourist areas. Police responded with water cannons, rubber bullets and tear gas. ” Was it written.
Vaccine champion Israel is in 4th place
Some countries, such as China, are in 3rd place, branded as “reconsider its journey”. Israel, the champion of the vaccine competition, is placed 4th. Recommendations are not mandatory and do not prevent Americans from traveling. On Tuesday, the United States extended a 30-day ban on non-essential travel. Canadian and Mexican borders.
Instead, Washington has banned all non-US Washington. Citizens who have recently visited much of Europe, China, Brazil, Iran and South Africa have been barred from entering its borders.
Earlier this month, the CDC said fully vaccinated people could travel to the United States “at low risk,” but its director, Rochelle Valensky, encouraged Americans to do so because there are more cases of corona virus across the country.