Americans were urged on Monday not to travel to France or Portugal because of the rise in the Covit-19 cases. Cyprus, Andorra, Liechtenstein, Jordan and Tanzania are also affected by this health recommendation.
U.S. officials asked their compatriots on Monday, December 6, to avoid traveling to a dozen countries, including France and Portugal, but in the midst of an outbreak of the disease on the old continent, the best vaccine was put in Europe.
The U.S. State Department, in its new bulletin, has advised U.S. citizens to “avoid traveling to France.” Raising the alert level for this country to 4th, Omicron is threatened with a new variation at the end of the year as the holidays approach.
“Due to the current situation (editorial note related to Covit-19) in France, even fully vaccinated travelers may run the risk of catching and transmitting variants,” explains the Centers for Disease Control, America’s leading health agency. And regulation (CDC).
The list of countries affected by the CDC warning includes France and Portugal, Cyprus, Andorra and Liechtenstein, Jordan and Tanzania in Europe. The State Department added the islands of Mali and Fiji, which on Monday reported the first case of the omigron variant of the Govt-19.
France, which has tens of thousands of new daily cases with 42,252 cases on Sunday, announced new restrictions on Monday evening: strengthening the health code at school, closing nightclubs for 4 weeks, making vaccinations easier for people 65 …
Portugal, which has the highest vaccination coverage rate in Europe (87% of the total population), resumed epidemic control measures last week (wearing a mask and health pass), while launching a new vaccination campaign with a mandatory march.
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