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CDC, State Dept. Add More Caribbean Islands, Including Saint Kitts and Belize, to Its Highest Travel Advisory

The State Department, which mirrors its travel advisories to the CDC, also raised each destination to its highest warning level, telling Americans “do not travel” there. Contrarily, the CDC also lowered its warning for the Dominican Republic to a “Level 2.” It was previously classified as a “Level 3.” The island — which is shaping up to be a popular holiday destination — does not require U.S. travelers to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter, according to the Dominican Republic Ministry of Tourism.

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