As COVID-19 infection rates increase in Europe and throughout the world, the United States has been continuing to add countries to its list of “Level 4: Do Not Travel” countries. Amongst the latest to join, which occurred on Monday, were the Iberian countries of Spain and Portugal. Also being added then were Cyprus within Europe and Cuba, Central African Republic and Kyrgyz Republic elsewhere.
The move is expected to have a negative impact on the tourism industry within Portugal and Spain. Although the travel advisories do not disallow any Americans from traveling there, they are expected to decrease the U.S.-to-Iberia tourism numbers as many Americans will likely then choose
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