Cdc travel to south america

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While much of the Caribbean is moving to Level 4 this week, almost all of Europe has been there for weeks or months. Those places include some of the continent’s biggest names:

CDC’s extended conditional sailing order recently expired, and the agency has transitioned to a voluntary program for foreign-flagged cruise ships operating in U.S. waters.

“Planning to visit a lot of attractions and go to closed bars? That’s very different from going to a place where you plan to be on the beach all day and not interact with anyone else. Those are very different levels of risk.”

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Note: The information provided on this page is intended for persons traveling abroad and to U.S. territories. For information on Zika in U.S. states, visit Zika-risk areas. For the most up-to-date information on Zika virus, visit CDC’s Zika website.

Because Zika virus infection during pregnancy can cause serious birth defects, pregnant women should not travel to the areas listed below. Partners of pregnant women and couples seeking to conceive should be aware of the risks to pregnancy and take preventive measures. All travelers should strictly follow measures to avoid mosquito bites and prevent sexual transmission during and after travel.

Zika was previously detected in the locations on this list; however, scientists have determined that the virus is no longer present. This means that all travelers, including pregnant women, can visit these destinations without risk of contracting Zika virus from mosquitoes. If some of these countries or territories are again at risk for Zika, CDC will remove them from the list and post updated information. Please check this page for the most up-to-date information before planning your travel.

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In Europe there has been only one new entry into level 4 this week – Albania. This is because much of Europe has remained firmly at CDC level 4 risk for weeks or months now. European destinations at this level include some of the continent’s biggest names:

Other popular destinations, such as Canada and South Africa, are also at level 4. With the addition of 22 new destinations, the level 4 list now exceeds more than 100 locations. You can check out the CDC’s risk levels for worldwide destinations on its travel recommendations page.

“Transmission rates are one benchmark,” Wen said. “Another is what precautions are required and followed where you’re going, and the third is what you plan to do once you’re there.”

“Do you plan to visit a lot of attractions and go to closed bars? That’s very different from going to a place where you plan to lie on the beach all day and not interact with anyone else. That’s very different. Those are very different levels of risk.”

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The best way to stay healthy on your trip is to plan before you leave. If you are planning a trip to another country, visit a doctor several months before you leave so you have time to get any vaccinations you may need beforehand.

If you become seriously ill during your trip, your country’s embassy or consulate can help you find medical care. If you become ill with a fever or flu-like illness while traveling in malaria-risk areas, seek medical care immediately.

Tell your doctor about the places you visited and if you think you may have contracted an illness. Many illnesses do not show up right away. And some may take weeks or months to appear.

Proper planning is the best way to stay healthy while traveling. This takes time. You will want to gather information about travel and health measures, and think about your special needs.

See your doctor or go to a clinic several months before your trip or as soon as you can. Some vaccines need to be given in more than one dose. For example, if you need protection against hepatitis A, you will need two doses of hepatitis A vaccine spaced at least 6 months apart.

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