The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) of the United States have withdrawn Spain from the list with very high-risk countries by the COVID-19 pandemic, so it no longer discourages travel in general but simply recommends having completed The vaccination pattern.
Spain listed until Tuesday at the 'level four', reserved for countries with an incidence of 28 days of more than 500 cases of Coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants. It passes to the 'level three', high-risk, where the United States includes those territories with incidence rates of between 100 and 500 positive.
In general, the US health agency recommends avoiding trips abroad to citizens who are not vaccinated, for fear of both potential contagions and the expansion of new variants of SARS-COV-2.
The United States plans to reopen its borders to fully vaccinated citizens of the European Union in November, after a year and a means of closure of borders. It will demand, however, be vaccinated and traces before arriving and leave the North American country.Updated Date: 20 October 2021, 00:04