U.S. Officials Issue Another Travel Warning


If you have upcoming travel plans to Jamaica, officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say it's best not to go. The CDC is warning Americans to avoid travel to the popular beach destination by raising Jamaica to a "Level 4" indicating a "very high level" of COVID-19 transmission in the country. The U.S. State Department also advised Americans this week to skip travel to Jamaica right now. Beyond Jamaica, the CDC also reclassified Brunei and Sri Lanka as "Level 4," advising U.S. travelers not to go there either.


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