U.S. Expands 'Do Not Travel' Advisories To 80% Of Countries
The updated guidance was based on assessments by the CDC and added more than 100 countries to the State Department's level four "do not travel" list.
Looking to hop on a plane and travel soon? You're going to want to check out the "do not travel" list, which the State Department expanded because of the pandemic.
The updated guidance was based on assessments by the CDC and puts about 80 percent of countries around the world on the State Department's level four do not travel list.
34 countries were on the list before and now there are more than 150.
Travel restrictions already prevented Americans from traveling to many of the countries.
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