The United States asks its citizens not to travel to the Dominican Republic

The United States Department of State placed the Dominican Republic on Monday Monday on Level 4 travel alert following the alert issued by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This means that the country has a high incidence of coronavirus and citizen insecurity.

Still at level 4, we also find: Canada, Belgium, Bermuda, Bahrain, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, Portugal, Qatar, Israel, Switzerland, Ireland, among others.

Among the recommendations they have made are vaccinations and travelers are warned that they could contract COVID-19.


They asked travelers to follow the sanitary protocol put in place in the Dominican Republic, such as the use of masks and the distance of six feet between people.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention uses COVID-19 data reported by the World Health Organization and other official sources to determine travel health advisory levels.

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