(CNN) – The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has placed three new locations in its “high-end” category for Covid-19, with an American travel behemoth.
Level 3 “high” risk level is high in terms of risk level. Level 2 is considered the “appropriate” problem. Level 1 is the “low” problem.
Level 4, which used to be the highest risk area, is now reserved for special situations, such as the highest case scores, the risk of a new type of anxiety or the collapse of the symptoms. Health care industry. Under the new system, no space is currently listed on Level 4.
The “Level 3: Covid-19 High” category applies to countries that have received more than 100 cases per 100,000 residents in the last 28 days.
The three locations that will meet Table 3 this week:
• In Caledonia
• United Arab Emirates
Mexico, a favorite destination for U.S. tourists, and the UAE, the hottest spot in the Middle East, were in Rank 2 last week.
New Caledonia, popular among divers, is in a previously undiscovered region, which means the CDC doesn’t have enough data from the Pacific voyage to select a region.
There were 115 travel locations in Tier 3 on June 13. Tier 3 locations accounted for about half of the 235 travel locations inspected by the CDC.
A beautiful view of Florence, Italy. Southern Europe ranks 3rd.
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Mexico and the UAE aren’t the only travel favorites in the “high -end” region. There are many other popular tourist destinations in Table 3.
Most of Europe was confined there for months at the beginning of the summer season. On June 13, the most popular European destinations are among the remaining in Table 3:
• The Netherlands
• United Kingdom
Not only the European favorites find themselves in the Table 3. There are many popular tourist destinations around the world among those in the ‘high -risk’ region, such as:
• Costa Rica
• South Korea
Oak Ridge on Roatan Island, Honduras, at sunrise. Honduras dropped to Class 2 this week.
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Areas taking “Level 2: Covid-19 Moderate” reported 50 to 100 Covid-19 cases per 100,000 residents in the last 28 days. Three locations moved to this site on Monday:
• Cape Verde
The good news is the move for Honduras and the quiet Caribbean island of Saba, which is in Table 3. Cape Verde, an archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa, is in Table 1.
Only 16 places were listed in Table 2 on June 13.
Old cars are a part of Old Havana. Cuba was moved to Tier 1, which was considered a “low” problem for Covid.
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For “Level 1: Covid-19 Low,” there were 49 or fewer new cases per 100,000 people in the past 28 days. Only two trips were added to the section on June 13:
Both races are in Table 2.
Finally, there are areas that the CDC considers to be a “non -disclosure” problem due to lack of information. Usually, but not always, these are small, remote areas or places where there is constant war or unrest. This week, two locations have been added to this section:
They were both in Grade 3 last week.
And the CDC is going to these places because they don’t know the problems. The other parts of this region are Cambodia, the Canary Islands, Macau and Tanzania.
A medical professional weighs the risk levels
Shipping costs are a “one -stop shop” for travelers ’personal data count, according to CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Leana Wen.
We have moved to a “part of the mental health system where people have to make their own decisions about their health status and their endurance in the future to contract. Covid-19, ”said Wen, a trauma doctor and physician. Health policy and management at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health.
There are a few other things to consider when adding mailing numbers, such as Wen.
“The other thing is that you need to take care of it and follow it wherever you go and then the third thing is what you plan to do while you’re there,” he said.
“Are you planning to visit a lot of attractions and go to the inner beams? It’s very different from going to a place where you plan to sleep on the beach all day and not socialize with another. That’s very different. The levels of the problem are very different. “
Reception is the most important safety factor for the trip, as travelers are more likely to not travel and send Covid-19 to other people, Wen said.
And it’s also important to think about what you will do if you end up trying hard from home.
Top photo: A beachfront location on Isla Holbox in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. (Zstock / Adobe Stock)