15 Caribbean Countries Are Now Under ‘Do Not Travel’ CDC Warning

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On October 7, the United States State Department issued 15 level-four or “Do Not Travel” advisories to nations in the Caribbean.

Although people may take a cruise or fly to one of the countries without facing legal repercussions, they may fail in securing travel insurance. A traveler who experiences a crime or falls ill while traveling must have insurance to cover their losses and expenses.

A level-four warning indicates an extreme risk of COVID-19 infection.

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