US authorities tells citizens to keep away from journey to Hong Kong, New Zealand – and Thailand

Americans are being told to keep away from journey to Thailand, Hong Kong, and New Zealand, as a result of rise in Covid-19 infections in every country. According to a Reuters report, the journey advisory was issued by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which has raised its journey alert for Thailand to “Level Four: Very High”.
In total, the US is recommending residents avoid journey to around one hundred thirty five international locations. Another 33 international locations are at “Level three: High”. Meanwhile, Anguilla, Cape Verde, Fiji, Mexico, the Philippines, and the United Arab Emirates have all been lowered to Level 3. Just 29 countries are at “Level 2: Moderate” or “Level 1: Low”.
The CDC is advising Americans who usually are not vaccinated to avoid journey, including that even when vaccinated, travellers to Thailand threat contracting Covid-19.
“If you should travel to Thailand, make positive you are vaccinated and up to date with your Covid-19 vaccines before journey. Even if you’re up to date along with your Covid-19 vaccines, you should still be in danger for getting and spreading Covid-19.”
Under wraps that Thailand has recorded 18,943 new infections right now, down from yesterday’s 21,162. There have been 69 Covid-related deaths, up from 65 yesterday. Safety reported 25,one hundred fifty new instances yesterday, with 280 deaths. Authorities there are struggling to contain the outbreak, with many of the elderly unvaccinated inhabitants enduring the worst of the wave.
The city has now reported a complete of 500,000 infections, with most of its 2,000+ deaths reported in the final 2 weeks. According to the Reuters report, within the week to March 6, Hong Kong reported probably the most deaths per million people worldwide. The US CDC raised its journey advisory for Hong Kong to Level three last week..