You might want to postpone that Caribbean vacation a little longer. The CDC and State Department have added three Caribbean locales – the Bahamas, St. Maarten, and Haiti – to its list of ‘Level 4’ destinations. This means they carry a ‘very high’ COVID-19 risk. They say you should go out of your way to avoid these places, especially if you are unvaccinated.
Morocco, Kosovo, and Lebanon are also on the list. A ‘Level 4’ risk means the nation is averaging 500 COVID-19 cases per 10,000 people.
You can read the entire CDC travel advisory here.
Have you traveled outside the U.S. since the pandemic began? Do you have any plans to?
Source: Travel and Leisure