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CDC adds five new destinations to ‘high’ risk category for travel, including the Bahamas

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(CNN) — The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added five new destinations to its “high” risk category for travelers on Monday.

The Central American country of Belize, the Bahamas archipelago in the North Atlantic, the mountainous British overseas island territory of Montserrat, the Caribbean island country of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and the southern African country of Eswatini were all moved to Level 3, or “high” risk for Covid-19.

Four of the destinations were previously listed as Level 2, “moderate” risk: Bahamas, Belize, Eswatini and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Montserrat moved up two risk levels from Level 1 or “low” risk.

The Level 3 “high” risk category is…

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