10 Jun The United States drops to level 2 (moderate risk) travel to Equatorial Guinea
The United States Center for Disease Control (CDC) lowers a level 2 (moderate risk) to travel to Equatorial Guinea, in the context of a pandemic. In this way, our country recovers the degree of mild severity that it had reached last winter. In comparison, Spain and a good part of the European countries go from level 4 (very high risk) to 3 high risk, in which it is recommended to Americans that only those who are fully vaccinated travel.
Among the recommendations of the CDC to travel to Equatorial Guinea is to travel if you are fully vaccinated and if the vaccine has not been received, travel following all the established norms and with a PCR test performed 3 days before the trip. It is also recommended to comply with preventive measures such as the use of a mask and maintain a safe distance.
The CDC classification of travel risk levels is different from that established by the United States Department of State in that other evaluation factors such as safety are taken into account.