Germany and Denmark Moved To CDC’s Highest Travel Warning Category

The CDC placed Germany and Denmark in the highest travel warning category on Monday, following a persistent upward trend in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. 

In addition to these two countries, travelers had already been urged not to visit Austria, Belgium, Costa Rica, Czechia, the Netherlands, Turkey, and Singapore.

This time around, tourists will find a different Christmas landscape in Germany. 

For starters, the Nuremberg Christmas market, as well as the popular Christmas market in Munich, will not open this year-end due to concerns over an uncontrollable spread of the virus.

“We are going to have a really terrible Christmas if we don’t take countermeasures now,” said the Director of

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