Peru and Bolivia are reclassified by CDC as “high” Covid-19 risk for travelers

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) included two destinations in South America, a country in the Middle East and a nation in North Africa in its "high" risk category to travel.

On Monday, four destinations were moved to Tier 3, or "high" risk:

• Peru

• Bolivia

• Lebanon

• Tunisia

Peru, known for the culinary excellence of its capital and notable Inca ruins in the Andes, was previously listed as Tier 2, "moderate" risk. Bolivia, Lebanon, and Tunisia were also included in Tier 2 last week.

The CDC revised its rating system to assess Covid . . .

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