The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention relaxes travel recommendations for about 110 countries and regions, and China, which has the lowest risk level, is still strictly restricted

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[World Wide Web reports intern reporter Yan Yue] According to Reuters, on the eve of the Tokyo Olympics, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) relaxed Made travel recommendations for about 110 countries and regions. It is worth mentioning that on the CDC official website, although China’s epidemic risk level is assessed as the lowest”level 1″, travelers who have been in China within 14 days are still barred from entering the United States.

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According to reports, the CDC updated its risk assessment of the epidemic on the 7th local time. However, many countries and regions with lower ratings are still on the US government list of countries with strict travel restrictions -And most countries have been restricted since the beginning of 2020. The United States bans almost everyone who has been to China in the past 14 days, United Kingdom, Ireland, India, South Africa, Brazil, Iran and Europe 26 Schengen country non-US citizens.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that the lower ratings of many countries are”because the standards have changed, or because the epidemic situation in the area has been better controlled.” The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also said that more countries are expected to receive lower and more enjoyable travel ratings.

The US CDC official website prohibits passengers from entering the United States list

The US CDC official website publishes the China epidemic risk level assessment as”level 1″

< p>When asked why the United States has relaxed some travel restrictions in countries with a higher infection rate, but maintained some When travel restrictions were imposed on countries with low infection rates, Rochelle Volensky, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said on the 8th that this issue requires “inter-agency dialogue (in the United States), and we are reviewing data in real time to determine how we should Advance this work.”

According to a Reuters report on the 8th, a White House official revealed that the Biden administration is working with Canada, Mexico, The European Union and the United Kingdom were established A working group of experts to determine how to restart safe travel in the best way after 15 months of travel restrictions due to the new crown epidemic.

Some netizens said that it is”convenient” to relax travel advice for more than 110 countries and regions, including Japan. ↓

“What a coincidence and convenience.”

< p>There are also European netizens who hope that the United States will relax the travel restrictions for the United Kingdom and Ireland to enter the United States as soon as possible↓

“How is the situation of the United Kingdom or Ireland going to the eastern United States…I haven’t seen me in the past two years Family…(the United States) needs to open travel channels for families who have been vaccinated in both countries (family members).”

Some netizens said,”If (adjusted) these levels (Countries) are still banned from entering the United States, so what is their significance?”↓

Currently, the United States is still a global new crown pneumoniaThe country with the largest number of confirmed cases. According to data from Johns Hopkins University, as of 10 am on the 9th, the cumulative number of confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia in the United States was 33,378,096 and 597,952 deaths. According to the latest news from the National Health Commission on the 9th, as of 24:00 on June 8, according to 31 provinces (autonomous regions, Municipalities directly under the Central Government) and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported that there are 413 confirmed cases (including 10 severe cases) and a total of cured86,267 discharged cases, 4,636 deaths, and 91316 confirmed cases reported. The existing Suspected cases11 cases.