June 12, 2021 – 4:20 pm – World
According to the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States, Morocco is a country with a “low level of coronavirus infection.” The US Health Organization has updated its international travel advisory.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s updated data on international travel shows that Morocco, including its desert provinces, is a destination with a low risk of contracting the coronavirus.
Morocco is depicted in the American Health Organization document with the corresponding territories of the Moroccan Sahara. The CDC follows the US decision to recognize Morocco’s sovereignty over the Sahara on December 10, 2020.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s list consists of 55 countries that are safe to travel to. Positive travel advice for Americans has also been issued for Australia, China, Senegal and Israel, among other countries.
Additional advice from CDC health officials is to only travel to countries on the fully vaccinated list and follow local health regulations, such as wearing masks and maintaining distance.
Algeria is one of the countries to which the CDC advises Americans not to travel due to the insufficient information available about the epidemiological situation. Afghanistan, Sudan, Tajikistan and some islands in the Pacific were also mentioned as lacking transparency about the transmission of their official statistics.
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