The State Department advises all Americans not to travel to the United Kingdom due to the increasing number of cases of COVID-19.
This move means that the UK is at the highest warning level possible in a four-part ranking.
The first is to “take normal precautions.” The second is “to raise the attention of exercise”. Next comes “Rethinking Travel”.
This is due to a 52% weekly surge in COVID cases across the UK and a slight reduction in deaths.
The United Kingdom recorded 48,161 COVID cases on Sunday. This is an increase from 31,772 cases recorded last Sunday.
The State Department’s decision came hours after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its own advice, recommending that US citizens not visit the United Kingdom.
Boris Johnson will be seen on Monday and announce the end of the Maskman date.On Monday the State Department told Americans not to travel to Britain
The State Department and CDC announcements are hitting the aviation industry.British Airways flights can be seen at London’s Heathrow Airport
The State Department’s recommendation states: ‘Don’t travel to the UK because of COVID-19. Increased attention due to terrorism.
‘The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice for the United Kingdom with COVID-19. This shows that the level of COVID-19 in the UK is very high.
“There are restrictions that affect the entry of US citizens into the United Kingdom.
“If you are fully vaccinated with an FDA-approved vaccine, your risk of developing COVID-19 infection and serious symptoms may be low. You should be fully vaccinated before planning your trip abroad. Review the CDC’s specific recommendations for those who have received it and those who have not been vaccinated.
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