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COVID-19: The US revises its travel warning for India, advising Americans to “reconsider their trip plans.”

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Citizens were also urged to “exercise greater vigilance due to crime and terrorism,” according to the revised alert. As India battled the second wave of COVID-19 in April, the US issued a level 4 travel health alert for the country.

The United States has amended its travel advice for India, moving it from Level 4 to Level 3, urging people to rethink traveling to the COVID-19-affected country.

There is no travel in the Level 4 category.

“If you are completely vaccinated with an FDA-approved vaccine, your chances of getting COVID-19 and having severe symptoms may be reduced. Please examine the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) specific guidelines for vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers before planning any foreign trip “According to the US State Department’s warning,

The State Department’s warning comes after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a Level 3 Travel Health Notice for India due to COVID-19.

The CDC recommends that individuals rethink traveling to Level 3 destinations and that if they do go, they make sure they are fully vaccinated before leaving.

Citizens were also urged to “exercise greater vigilance due to crime and terrorism,” according to the revised alert. As India battled the second wave of COVID-19 in April, the US issued a level 4 travel health alert for the country.

 

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