As set down by The United States website, The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention (CDC) has issued an improved Travel Health Notice for India. It indicates a moderate level of COVID-19 in the country. The United States has lowered India from the highest Level 4 which means “No Travel”, Level 3 which urges citizens to “Consider Travel” to ultimately at Level 2 which is “Moderate Travel”.
The notice has reported the risk of contracting the virus and developing severe symptoms that may be lower if one is fully vaccinated with an FDA authorized vaccine. The CDC also showed the “exercise increased caution” in India due to coronavirus. On April 30 US president Joe Biden imposed new travel restrictions on India due to the pandemic. This barred most of the US citizens who had been in India within the previous 14 days from entering the US.
More than 70 countries are currently listed by CDC as its travel advisory rating. The US lifts Turkey from the “no travel restriction for travelers” list. Last week Canada was lowered to “Level 2” by the U.S. State Department and CDC. In August, White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff Zients reiterated that “due to Delta Variant, the United State will maintain the existing travel restriction”.