It’s officially getting easier to travel internationally, as the CDC released new travel recommendations for 110 countries and territories.
The recommendations are based on a system of levels that range from 1-4. Level 1 means travelers can practice normal pandemic precautions while traveling freely in that country or territory. The CDC’s Level 4 means to avoid all travel. Levels 2 and 3 warn that there is risk involved in traveling, but you can do so with extra precautions in place.
Tuesday’s new recommendations downgraded 61 countries to a Level 3, while another 50 were downgraded to Level 2 or Level 1. The eased restrictions also include Japan, which is timely due to the Olympic Games being held there next month.
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