Including the UAE..America adds 3 Arab destinations to the “high-risk” travel category

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) — The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an update, on Monday, of the map that shows its assessment of the levels of the epidemiological situation, in the midst of the spread of the mutated Corona virus “Omicron” around the world.

The American Centers for Disease Control and Control added 15 tourist destinations to the fourth “high risk” level, including 3 Arab destinations.

You can take a look at the classification of Arab countries in terms of travel risks in the above infographic:

Among the Arab countries, the American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added in its update Monday the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, and Tunisia to the fourth level, which indicates that the risk of spread and impact of the Corona virus is “very high”, to join Bahrain, Egypt and Iraq. , Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Lebanon, the Palestinian Territories, and Somalia are among the Arab countries.

As for the third level, a classification indicating that the risk of spread and impact of the Corona virus is “high”, the American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added a new Arab destination, Djibouti, to join Morocco, Libya, and Mauritania from the Arab countries.

The second “moderate” level did not witness the addition of any new Arab destination, which includes Comoros from the Arab countries.

Similarly, no new Arab destination has been added to the first level category, which indicates the risk of spread and impact of the Corona virus is “low”, and includes from the Arab countries the Sultanate of Oman.

There are destinations with “unknown” risks, according to the classification of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, due to the lack of information about them. No new destination was added to this category in the last update, which includes Algeria, Syria, Yemen and Sudan from the Arab countries.

The evaluation of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention includes four levels, with the fourth level posing the highest risk and the first level posing the lowest risk.

In its comprehensive guidelines, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends avoiding international travel until after receiving a full vaccination against the Corona virus.