The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the State Department called on Americans to avoid travel to eight countries due to concerns related to Covid-19, including Lebanon, Spain, Finland and Chad.
The centers added other regions, including: (Bonaire, Monaco, San Marino, and Gibraltar), to the risk rating of "level four: very high." The highest level already includes about 85 countries, including almost all of Europe.
The US State Department issued a parallel statement, raising the level of the travel warning to "Level 4: Do not travel" for destinations that were not previously classified at the highest levels of risk, including: (Spain, Finland, Chad, and Lebanon).. Spain is one of the tourist destinations According to "Sky News", the foreign ministry is the most preferred state for Americans.
The rate of infection with the Corona virus in Spain rose to more than 500 cases per 100,000 people last Friday, exceeding the stage considered by the Ministry of Health "extremely dangerous", and it has more than doubled since the beginning of December.