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US Issues ‘Do Not Travel’ Warning For Denmark & Germany

In a recent travel update, the USA has issued a ‘Do Not Travel’ warning for Germany and Denmark as the COVID-19 cases have increased in the countries. It’s an important move to put a cap on the fast spreading COVID-19 virus further. The US health body, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the State Department made the announcement on Monday and advised people against visiting Germany and Denmark. The US has marked the two countries in its “Level Four: Very High” list. The State Department issued “Do Not Travel” advisories for both countries. As of now, the CDC has a list of some 75 destinations across the globe at Level Four. The list includes several nations in Europe, including Britain, Norway, Belgium, Greece, Romania, Austria, Switzerland, Ireland and the Czech Republic. The World Health Organization (WHO) some days back had said that European nations must work harder to stop the…

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