The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the State Department has suggested on Monday not to travel to Germany and Denmark as the cases of COVID-19 in those countries are at a rise.
While CDC has advised avoiding travelling to the two European countries, State Department has issued parallel “Do Not Travel” advisories for both countries. CDC has elevated the risk of travelling to these nations at “Level Four: Very High”.
There are 75 countries worldwide that CDC has marked at Level Four, including many European countries like Austria, Britain, Belgium, Greece, Norway, Switzerland, Romania, Ireland and the Czech Republic.
COVID-19 cases in Germany is on the rise, especially among the elderly whose first two shots of COVID-19 vaccine were at the start of the year, and among children who are not eligible for inoculation.