As COVID Cases Increase US Issues a ‘Do Not Travel’ Warning for Germany and Denmark – New Delhi Times – India Only International Newspaper

The United States recently issued a ‘Do Not Travel’ warning for Germany and Denmark, citing a spike in COVID-19 infections in both nations. It’s a critical step in putting a stop to the rapidly spreading COVID-19 virus. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the US State Department issued the warning on Monday, advising individuals not to travel to Germany or Denmark.

The two countries have been placed on the United States’ “Level Four: Very High” list. For both countries, the State Department has issued “Do Not Travel” advisories. The CDC now has a list of 75 Level Four sites around the world. Several European countries are represented on the list, including the United Kingdom, Norway, Belgium, Greece, Romania, Austria, Switzerland, Ireland, and the Czech Republic.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently urged European countries to work harder to prevent the virus from spreading further due to additional deaths and cases. 

After seeing the increase, Germany has already decided to set a limit on public gatherings. The country’s hospitals are quickly filling up with new COVID-19 patients. Unvaccinated youngsters and those who got vaccinated at the beginning of the year are the most affected.

Austria, on the other hand, has already implemented a complete lockdown after the number of cases in the country increased dramatically. Last week, the country also issued some new required limits.


Source: Einnews

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