Because of an increase in COVID-19 cases, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a travel warning to Canada on Monday.
The CDC has raised its travel warning for Canada to “Level Four: Very High,” advising Americans to stay away from the country’s northern neighbor. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has classified over 80 sites throughout the world as Level Four. On Monday, it also upgraded the island of Curaçao to Level Four.
In November, the US eased restrictions on fully vaccinated foreign citizens crossing its land borders with Canada and Mexico, putting an end to historic limitations on non-essential visitors in effect since March 2020 to combat the COVID-19 epidemic.